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^Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, January 3, 2002 at 5:30 PM 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 

Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, 

Bob Plant hold, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committers: 

Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Daniel Murphy, 
Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Maintenance and Engineering 

Bob Planthold (Chair), Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, 
Linton Stables, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, 
Ellen Hayes, David Pilpel, Bob Planthold, Tom Wetzel 

Safety. Training ft Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Bob Planthold, Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-7313 Voice (415) 554-7606 Fax 



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Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, between McAllister 
and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd 
floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni lines nearest the meeting location are the 47 Van Ness and 49 Van Ness-Mlssion. 
The closest MUNI Metro stop Is Van Ness station, where one can transfer to a 47 or 49. For more information about 
Muni accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available In the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack Is located 
outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage (entrance on the south side of McAllister Street, 
between Polk and Larkin Streets) Includes bicycles racks in view of a parking attendant. 

For assistance with special needs (large print agendas, sign language interpreters, etc.), call Christine Butler at least 
72 hours in advance of need at (415) 554-7313. 

In order to assist the City's efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple 
chemical sensitivity, or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other attendees may be 
sensitive to various chemical-based products. Please help the City to accommodate these individuals. 

The ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at this 
meeting. Please be advised that the Chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any person(s) responsible 
for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic devices. 

Know Your Rights Under the Sunshine Ordinance 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching Its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions, boards, 
councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the peoples' business. This ordinance assures 
that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and copying at 401 Van 
Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. 

For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail to Administrator, Sunshine Ordinance Task 
Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 409, San Francisco, CA 94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax 
(415) 554-7854 Or by email at Donna Hall(a>ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested In obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms. Hall or by printing 
Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code on the Internet at http : //www.ci ,sf ,ca. us/bdsupvrs/sunshlne. htm , 

Lobbyist Ordinance 

Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative action may be required 
by the San Francisco Lobbyist Ordinance (Administrative Code Sec 16. 520- 16. 534) to register and report lobbying 
activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, contact the Ethics Commission at 1390 Market Street, 
Suite 701, San Francisco, CA 94102, telephone (415) 554-9540, fax (415) 703-0121, or visit their website at 
htto://www.ci.sf.ca.us/ethlcs/. 



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AGENPA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Review and adopt minutes of December 6, 2001 5:35 
q (ACTION ITEM) (Attachments) 

3. Public Comment 5:40 

4. Report of the Chair (ACTION ITEM) 5:45 

5. Staff Report (Paul Czechowicz) 5:50 

6. Presentations (DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS) 6:00 

a. MW (Mission, vision, Values) process presented by Larry Williams, 
Deputy General Manager, HR, Labor Relations & EEO 

b. Stations Operations presented by Alice Fialkin, Station Operations Superintendent 

7. Review of outstanding CAC Information Requests (ACTION ITEM) 6:30 

8. Council Members' questions and comments (ACTION ITEM) 6:50 

9. Committee Reports: (ACTION ITEMS): 7:00 
a. Service Design & Marketing 

Next meeting January 22, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 PM (rescheduled) 
Pending items: Potrero Hill Service Changes, Digital Voice Announcement 
System, Proof of Payment Implementation Plan 
Motions; 

I. It is recommended that the Marketing function report to the Director of Community ft 

Public Relations Instead of the Director of Capital Planning ft Legislative Affairs. 

II. It is recommended that weekday peak hour service be increased from every 30 
minutes to every 20 minutes on the 53 Southern Heights. 

a. Service Reliability and Quality 

Next meeting January 28, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending items: Bus cleaning standards, DPT practices, Service Standards 
Methodology, Van Ness Exclusive Lanes, Ridership Increases, 39 Coit routing. 

b. Maintenance and Engineering 

Next meeting January 17, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 m floor, 3:30 PM 
Pending items: Light Rail Fleet Management Plan 

c. Finance and Administration 

Next meeting January 8, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM 

Pending Items: Budget document analysis and recommendations, FY01 Audit, 

Translink, Transit Impact Development fee (TIDF), FY2003 Budget, 

d. Safety, Training and Accessibility 

Next meeting January 10, 2002, 1145 Market, 5* floor, 3:00 PM 

Pending items: 

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I. It is recommended that the proposed K-Line outbound accessible stop at Lee Street 
be designed so that both ambulatory and wheelchair using passengers enter and exit 
the platform exclusively from the Lee Street crosswalk, and that this accessible stop 
extend no further towards Brighton Street than required to accommodate two 
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10. Review Council tasks and agenda items. Next regular meeting February 7, 2002 7:20 
Pending items: Fiscal Year 2002/03 Budget, Office Space, Facilities Tour 

11. Adjournment 7:3 ° 



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Thursday^January 3, 2002 DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

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1. Mr. Stables called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. public library 

Members Present: Sue Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, bllen Hayes, Daniel 
Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Bob Planthold, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Dorris 
Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Members Absent: Art Cimento 

CAC Support Staff Present: Paul Czechowicz, Christine Butler 

Other MTA Staff Present: Larry Williams, DGM, HR, Labor Relations & EEO. 

2. The minutes from the regular meeting of December 6, 2001 were not adopted at this 
time. Item 6a #2 should be amended to read: "Walt Streeter, Deputy General 
Manager, Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs is involved with capital planning and 
grants, handles the Marketing Program, Legislation, real estate, looking for revenue 
from joint development". David Pilpel recommended putting off approving the 
minutes until the February meeting. 

3. Public Comment: There was no public comment at this time. 

4. Report of the Chair: Mr. Stables noted that he attended the MTA Board meeting on 
December 18, 2001 and presented the motions passed at the previous CAC Meeting 
(December 6, 2001). 

Bob Planthold announced that he would be resigning from the Citizens Advisory 
Council to take a seat on the Ethics Commission. The Swearing In Ceremony is 
scheduled on January 28, 2002 at 5:00 PM at City Hall. 

5. Staff Report: Paul Czechowicz noted that January 29, 2002 there will be a budget 
presentation at the MTA Board Meeting. 

David Pilpel asked about the follow-up on New Year's Eve service. Paul Czechowicz 
commented that the central location was south of the Ferry Building. He noted that 
Market and Mission Streets re-opened earlier than expected. Additional service 
continued to 4:00 AM. 

6. Presentations: 

a. Mission, Vision, Values (MW) presented by Larry Williams, DGM. Mr. Williams 
gave a brief overview on the Co-Missioning Process. He explained that MW is a 
process that Muni has been involved with for the past several months. The 
purpose is to create a constitution for Muni. MW is a two-phase process. Phase I 



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- Crafting Process and Phase II - Living It. Mr. Williams advised that Muni would 
like the CAC's input. He handed out a Mission Statement Feedback Form to 
members for their input/comments. He noted that employees have already 
received these forms. All feedback will be given to the next committee, which will 
be focusing on a mission statement for Muni. The timeframe to return forms is 
January 10, 2002. 

Joan Downey asked if MW will conform once the Department of Parking & Traffic 
merges with Muni? Mr. Williams noted that Muni is the focus for this project. 

Comments: 

1. David Pilpel suggests "Vision" has more of a detailed comment. 

L Daniel Murphy suggested that Muni and dpi snould share a common 
statement about MW. 

The CAC agreed that they would respond as individuals. 

b. Station Operations was deferred at this time. 

7. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests 

8. Council Members' questions and comments: 

a. Daniel Murphy commented on the cost of the additional service on New Year's Eve. 

b. Dorris Vincent - How is the impact on businesses along the 3 rd Street Corridor 



going to be managed during construction of the 3 rd Street Light Rail Project? (Ref. 
# 020103-0) 

c. Sue Cauthen - What is the status of the bidding of the 3 rd Street Light Rail. 
Construction Contracts including the Metro East Facility and how do they compare 
with estimates? (Ref. # 020103-1) 

d. David Pilpel - What authority Muni inspectors have to enforce DPT regulations and 
do they enforce them regularly? (Ref. # 020103-2) 

e. David Pilpel - What has or can Muni do to get the safety fence on 19 th Avenue 
between Eucalyptus and Stonestown repaired? (Ref. # 020103-3) 

f. David Pilpel - Requests copies of the TWU Local 250-A MOU for the CAC. (Ref. # 
020103-4) 

g. Tom Wetzel - Would like an overview on Muni's plans for development of non- 
transit uses on Muni property. (Ref. # 020103-4) 

h. Tom Wetzel - Does Muni have any plans to update demographic studies on its 
ridership? (Ref. # 020103-5) 

i. Joan Downey - What does the "L" stand for on the non-revenue vehicle list? 

Committee Assignments: 

1. Nia Crowder - Chair, Maintenance and Engineering Committee, replacing Bob 
Planthold 

2. Remove Art Cimento from Committee lists 

3. Daniel Weaver - add to Maintenance and Engineering Committee 

4. Sue Cauthen - add to Service Reliability and Quality Committee 

5. Bruce Oka - add to Finance and Administration Committee 



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9. Committee Reports: 

a. Service Design & Marketing - met December 20, 2001 and recommended: 
Motion : It is recommended that the Marketing function report to the 
Director of Community and Public Relations instead of the Director of 
Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs. This motion was passed unanimously 
by the full CAC. 

The committee also discussed service on the 53 line and recommended increasing 
it during peak hours. During discussion, the pending Potrero Hill Service Plan was 
discussed and the motion was amended to read: Motion : It is recommended 
that until a comprehensive Potrero Hill plan is implemented, peak hour 
service-be increased from every 30 minutes to every 20 minutes on the 

53 Southern Heights: This muliun was passed unanim o us l y by the full CAC. 

Next meeting: January 22, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 p.m. 
Pending items: Quarterly Review process, Status of South of Market, Digital Voice 
Announcement System, Proof of Payment (POP) Implementation Plan, Transit 
Preferential Streets (TPS) Program. 

b. Service Reliability & Quality - met December 13, 2001. Topics of discussion: 
Passenger Service Report (PSR) Process, reviewed agenda for 2002 meetings. 
Next meeting: January 28, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 p.m. 
Pending items: Bus Cleaning standards, DPT practices, Service Standards 
Methodology 

c. Maintenance & Engineering - met December 20, 2001. Topics of discussion: 
Facilities Master Plan, Integrated Vehicle & Facility Maintenance and Materials 
Management System. 

Next meeting: January 17, 2002, 1145 Market Street, 3:30 p.m. 
Pending items: Light Rail Fleet Management Plan 

d. Finance & Administration - met December 11, 2001. Topics of discussion: 
Translink, Status of Budget document, MTA Budget Presentation Guidelines, 
Service Goals for FY2003, Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF) Guidelines. 
Next meeting: To be determined. 

Pending items: Budget 

e. Safety, Training & Accessibility - met December 13, 2001. Topics of discussion: 
Facilities Master Plan, Maintenance Facility Component. Made recommendation for 
K-Line outbound accessible stop. 

Motion : It is recommended that the proposed K-Line outbound 
accessible stop at Lee Street be designed so that both ambulatory and 
wheelchair using passengers enter and exit the platform exclusively 
from the Lee Street crosswalk, and that this accessible stop extend no 
further towards Brighton Street than required to accommodate two 
streetcars. This motion was passed unanimously by the full CAC. 
Next meeting: January 10, 2002, 1145 Market Street, 3:00 p.m. 
Pending items: Progress report on Evacuation Drill. 
10. Review committee tasks and agenda items • 

a. Next regular meeting: February 7, 2002: FY03 Budget 

b. Other items pending: Office Space, Station Operations 



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11. Adjournment - 7:40 p.m. 

Note: Documents distributed at this meeting: 

a. December 6, 2001 Draft Minutes 

b. CAC Information Requests 

c. Staff Report and ComMUNIcations Bulletin 

d. Mission, Vision, Values (MW) Co-Missioning Process 

e. Mission Statement Feedback Form 



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Wednesday, ^January 30, 2002 at 7:45 PM 

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Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, 

Bob Planthold, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees: 



Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Daniel Murphy, 
Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Maintenance and Engineering 

Bob Planthold (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Ellen Hayes, David Pilpel, Bob Planthold, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Bob Planthold, Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-7313 Voice (415) 554-7606 Fax 



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Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, between McAllister 
and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd 
floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni lines nearest the meeting location are the 47 Van Ness and 49 Van Ness-Mission. 
The closest MUNI Metro stop is Van Ness station, where one can transfer to a 47 or 49. For more information about 
Muni accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack is located 
outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage (entrance on the south side of McAllister Street, 
between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycles racks in view of a parking attendant. 

For assistance with special needs (large print agendas, sign language interpreters, etc.), call Christine Butler at least 
72 hours in advance of need at (415) 554-7313. 

In order to assist the City's efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple 
chemical sensitivity, or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other attendees may be 
sensitive to various chemical-based products. Please help the City to accommodate these individuals. 

The ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at this 
meeting. Please be advised that the Chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any person(s) responsible 
for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic devices. 

Know Your Rights Under the Sunshine Ordinance 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions, boards, 
councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the peoples' business. This ordinance assures 
that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and copying at 401 Van 
Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. 

For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail to Administrator, Sunshine Ordinance Task 
Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 409, San Francisco, CA 94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax 
(415) 554-7854 or by email at Donna Hall@ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested in obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms. Hall or by printing 
Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code on the Internet at http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/bdsupvrs/sunshine.htm . 

Lobbyist Ordinance 

Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative action may be required 
by the San Francisco Lobbyist Ordinance (Administrative Code Sec 16.520-16.534) to register and report lobbying 
activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, contact the Ethics Commission at 1390 Market Street, 
Suite 701, San Francisco, CA 94102, telephone (415) 554-9540, fax (415) 703-0121, or visit their website at 
http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/ethics/ . 



AGENDA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 7:45 

Iqf 2. Public Comment 7:50 

3. Recommendations from the Finance and Administration Committee (ACTION ITEM) 8:00 

4. Public Comment 8:40 

5. Adjournment 8:45 



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Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, 

Bob Planthold, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees: 

Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliabi lity and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Daniel Murphy, 
Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Maintenance and Engineering 

Bob Planthold (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Ellen Hayes, David Pilpel, Bob Planthold, Tom Wetzel 

Safety. Training ft Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Bob Planthold, Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-7313 Voice (415) 554-7606 Fax 



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Thursday, February 7, 2002 at 5:30 PM 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, 

Bob Planthold, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Maintenance and Engineering 

Bob Planthold (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Bob Planthold, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Bob Planthold, Daniel Weaver 



The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-7313 Voice (415) 554-7606 Fax 



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Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, between McAllister 
and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd 
floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni lines nearest the meeting location are the 47 Van Ness and 49 Van Ness-Mission. 
The closest MUNI Metro stop is Van Ness station, where one can transfer to a 47 or 49. For more information about 
Muni accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack is located 
outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage (entrance on the south side of McAllister Street, 
between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycles racks in view of a parking attendant. 

For assistance with special needs (large print agendas, sign language interpreters, etc.), call Christine Butler at least 
72 hours in advance of need at (415) 554-7313. 

In order to assist the City's efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple 
chemical sensitivity, or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other attendees may be 
sensitive to various chemical-based products. Please help the City to accommodate these individuals. 

The ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at this 
meeting. Please be advised that the Chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any person(s) responsible 
for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic devices. 

Know Your Rights Under the Sunshine Ordinance 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions, boards, 
councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the peoples' business. This ordinance assures 
that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and copying at 401 Van 
Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. 

For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail to Administrator, Sunshine Ordinance Task 
Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 409, San Francisco, CA 94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax 
(415) 554-7854 or by email at Donna Hall(3)ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested in obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms, Hall or by printing 
Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code on the Internet at http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/bdsupvrs/sunshine.htm . 

Lobbyist Ordinance 

Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative action may be required 
by the San Francisco Lobbyist Ordinance (Administrative Code Sec 16.520-16.534) to register and report lobbying 
activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, contact the Ethics Commission at 1390 Market Street, 
Suite 701, San Francisco, CA 94102, telephone (415) 554-9540, fax (415) 703-0121, or visit their website at 
http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/ethics/ . 



AGENDA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Review and adopt minutes of Dec. 6, 2001 & Jan. 3, 2002 (ACTION ITEM) (Attachments) 5:35 

3. Public Comment 5:40 

4. Report of the Chair (ACTION ITEM) 5:45 

5. Staff Report (Paul Czechowicz) 5:50 

6. Presentations (DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS) 6:00 
a. FY2002/03 Budget presented by Gigi Harrington, DGM, Finance & Administration 

7. Review of outstanding CAC Information Requests (ACTION ITEM) 6:30 

8. Council Members' questions and comments (ACTION ITEM) 6:50 

a. Motion : It is recommended that the capital project to shore up the Eureka Portal 
to the Twin Peaks tunnel be programmed for an earlier date than is now 
planned. (David Pilpel) 

b. Motion : It is recommended that the capital project to clean the ceilings of the 
Muni Metro stations at Powell Street and Montgomery be programmed for an 
earlier date than is now planned. In addition, ongoing efforts should be 

made to replace overhead lighting fixtures in Muni Metro stations when they 
fail. (David Pilpel) 

c. Motion : It is recommended that the Operations Manual section and/or separate 
list of vehicles subject to reassignment in the event a shortage in revenue 
vehicles exists be updated and kept up-to-date on an ongoing basis. (David Pilpel) 

9. Committee Reports: (ACTION ITEMS): 7:00 

a. Service Design & Marketing 

Next meeting February 11, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 PM (rescheduled) 
Pending items: Website (Community & Public Relations), Data Collection (Schedules) 

b. Service Reliability and Quality 

Motion: It is recommended that exclusive transit lanes be established on 

Van Ness Avenue. In particular, the proposal to create Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) 

lanes in the center median should be supported by Muni staff and policymakers. 

Next meeting February 25, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 PM 

Pending items: Service Standards, DPT Service Planning, POP Presentation, Station Operations 

c. Maintenance and Engineering 

Next meeting February 21, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:30 PM 
Pending items: 

d. Finance and Administration 

Next meeting February 12, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM 

Pending items: FY01 Audit, Translink, Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF), FY2003 Budget 

e. Safety, Training and Accessibility 

Next meeting February 14, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:00 PM 
Pending items: Report on Evacuation Drill (11-18-01) 

10. Review Council tasks and agenda items. Next regular meeting March 7, 2002 7:20 
Pending items: Office Space, Station Operations, Facilities Tour 

11. Adjournment 7:30 



Municipal Transportation Agency ^Citizens' Advisory Council 
City and County of San Francisco 

MINUTES 

Regular Meeting 
Thursday^ ebruary 7, 2002 DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

5:30 P.M. 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 M^p 2 2003 

San Francisco, CA 

SAN FRANCISCO 

1. Mr. Stables called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. public library 



Members Present: bue Lauthen, Nia Cr owdei, Juan Duwney, Ellen 1 laycs, Daniel 

Murphy, Bob Planthold, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver 

Members Absent: Art Cimento, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Dorris Vincent, Tom Wetzel 

CAC Support Staff Present: Paul Czechowicz, Christine Butler 

Other MTA Staff Present: Gigi Harrington, DGM, Finance & Administration. 

2. The minutes from the regular meeting of December 6, 2001 were adopted with an 
amendment of #8 (question from Ellen Hayes to Walter Streeter) to read: "How much 
of the Muni budget will be allocated for all streetscape improvements. The minutes 
from the regular meeting of January 3, 2002 were adopted with an addition to Item 
#8, 1 - Joan Downey would like to know what the W L" stands for on the non-vehicle 
revenue list? 

3. Public Comment: There was no public comment at this time. 

4. Report of the Chair: Mr. Stables noted that he attended the MTA Board meeting on 
February 5, 2002 but will present the motions passed by the CAC at the next Board 
meeting scheduled February 19, 2002. 

5. Staff Report: Paul Czechowicz gave an overview of the February staff report which 
included the February 2002 Special Events Calendar, Calendar of Muni Awards and 
Special Events, Special Events and Construction and Muni Major Capital Projects at a 
Glance. 

6. Presentations: 

a. FY2002/2003 Budget presented by Gigi Harrington, DGM, Finance & Administration. 
Ms. Harrington gave an overview on the following: 

1. FY2003 Budget Process 

2. Crafting the FY2003 Budget 

3. Fy2003 Budget Overview: Gap 

4. Summary of Expenditure Adjustments 

5. FY2003 Budget Overview: Closing the Gap 

6. Projected Decrease in Revenues from FY2002 to FY2003 

7. FY2003 Expenditure Adjustments 

8. Issues/Implications in FY2003 Budget 

9. FY2003 Timeline 



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Comments: 

• Nia Crowder asked how much of the budget is allocated for Workers 
Compensation? $18 million. 

• Sue Cauthen asked if Muni had a reserve? Muni has only been independent for 
1-1/2 years so there is no reserve fund at this time. 

At this time Daniel Murphy passed out the Recommendations made at the Finance 
& Administration Committee meeting. Mr. Murphy went through each of the 
recommendations with the Council. 

Public Comment was taken again at this time, (originally Item #3). 

o Clare Caldwell, Local 250-A commented on Item #10 of the Recommendations. 
MIF is the only training program that operators have. She feels that operators 
could do a better job if this program stays in existence. Please do not bother 
MIF. 

• Weston Hatch, Local 250-A commented on Item #4 of the Recommendations. 
Mr. Hatch feels that it would be a safety issue to have drivers working the Owl 
Bus line (#90) to perform during peak hours because fatigue is a factor. It is 
difficult for a driver to function if they are tired. 

• Edward Mason, Rescue Muni commented that $60,000 was provided to the 
Mayor's Office for allocation of state funds. Mr. Mason noted that Santa Clara 
County has a Professional Warranty Administration. He also noted regarding 
revenue that Muni should have an agreement with employers where they have 
a pass for employees providing an income stream that is consistent. Muni 
should consider an annual pass, to reduce cost of generating a monthly pass. .. 

• Maggie Hallahan - SF resident. Ms. Hallahan resides at Fillmore/Jackson. She 
commented that the sound on the new fleet is loud from the turn signals and 
can be heard throughout her apartment, even when the windows are shut. 
This item was referred to the Engineering & Maintenance Committee. 

Council members reviewed the following Finance and Administration Committee's 
recommendations: 

(1) All efforts should be made to collect existing revenue streams in an 
aggressive and timely fashion, i.e., passenger fares (including POP), 
intergovernmental revenues, and parking revenues. 

(2) Because Muni service has been negatively affected by shortfalls in 
operating budget, maintenance costs. Such a shift in funding strategy 
should be pursued permanently, if possible, to the understood detriment 
of other capital priorities. 

(3) Office space should be reviewed and substantial efforts made to 
maximize use of owned space and reduce use of leased or rented space. 
In particular, office space at Presidio and Green Division should be 
refurbished and staff reassigned there from leased space elsewhere. 



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(4) Owl buses should pull out between midnight and 2:00am and pull in after 
the am peak to ensure that all runs work at peak (and reduce platform 
costs) with due consideration for operator safety, 

(5) Two-car trains should be replaced by one-car trains on all lines after 
9:00pm to reduce car miles and associated maintenance cost. 

(6) Muni should consider operator and non-operator job combination to 
reduce overtime. 

(7) The City Treasurer should pursue more aggressive collection of parking 
taxes. — 

(8) Muni should renegotiate the inter-operator fare agreement with BART to 
restructure and reduce cost to Muni of Fast Pass use on BART, and 
attempt to include discount Fast Passes in the agreement. 

(9) Subway service hours should be shifted so that the first train enters West 
Portal at 5:00am weekdays, 6:00am Saturdays, and 8:00am Sundays and 
holidays, and the last train leaves West Portal at 1:00am everyday. Last 
train should be posted at every booth at every station. Stations should 
remain open until the last train departs. 

(10) Funding for the Municipal Railway Improvement Fund (MIF) should be 
reduced further from the $600.00 proposed. 

(11) Funding for Our Community Phase III print and television marketing 
($130,000) and Our Community Artists, Charities, and Bus Murals 
($70,000) should be postponed. 

(12) Muni should seriously consider establishing an operating fun reserve 
including not less than $5 million and ideally $10 million, and ultimately 
5% of the operating budget, in order to cushion against downturns in the 
economy. 

(13) The MTA budget document should be more descriptive programmatically, 
and with regard to position changes and non-salary changes at the object 
level. 

(14) The MTA CAC Finance & Administration Committee should be consulted 
early in the budget process, with presentations on a regular basis, on 
changes in organization and expenditure priorities, and that suggestions 
relative to expenditure priorities should be solicited sooner. 



Council members made changes to Items 2, 4, 6 and 11 of the recommendations. 
The Council voted on the recommendations with modifications. The vote passed 
unanimously. Mr. Stables will present the recommendations at the upcoming 



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Board Meeting scheduled February 19, 2002. Following are the recommendations 
that as amended: 

Recommendation #2 - Because Muni service has been negatively affected by 
shortfalls in operating budget to the maximum extent feasible, capital or flexible 
grant funds should be sought for eligible maintenance costs. Such a shift in 
funding strategy should be pursued permanently, if possible, to the understood 
detriment of other capital priorities. 

Recommendation #4 - Owl buses should pull out between midnight and 2:00 a.m. 
and pull in after the a.m. peak to ensure that all runs work a peak (and reduce 
platform costs) with due consideration for operator safety issues. 

R e comm e nd a tion #6 — Muni should consid e r non-op e rator job combinations to 

reduce overtime. 

Recommendation #11 - Funding for Our Community Phase III print and television 
marketing ($130,000) and Our Community Artists, Charities, and Bus Murals 
($70,000) should be postponed. 

Bob Planthold moved to: Support staff plans for budget cuts and revenue 
enhancements. PASSED 7-1. 

7. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests - due to lack of time, the Council 
will review the CAC Information Requests at the next regular meeting. 

8. Council Members' questions and comments - Bob Planthold suggested referring Item 8 
A,B,C to the appropriate committee. 

Bob Planthold amended his motion to refer Item 8, A & C to the appropriate 
committee and Item 8-B should be discussed at the March CAC Meeting. 

9. Committee Reports: 

a. Service Design & Marketing - no report. David Pilpel, Chair of this committee was 
not present at this time. 

Next meeting: February 18, 2002, (legal holiday, will be rescheduled)) 401 Van 

Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 p.m. 

Pending items: Website (Community & Public Relations), Data Collection 

(Schedules). 

b. Service Reliability & Quality - met January 28, 2002. Topics of discussion: Service 
Standards, Service & signage to Bus line #39, report for PSR Task Force 

Next meeting: February 25, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 p.m. 

Pending items: DPT/Service Planning, POP Presentation, Station Operations, Bus 

Cleaning, Muni Inspectors 

c. Maintenance & Engineering - met January 17, 2002. Topics of discussion: 
Facilities Strategy (Operations, Maintenance, Administration), Joint Development 
Strategy. 

Next meeting: February 27, 2002(rescheduled), 1145 Market St, Rm. 5A, 3:30 

p.m. 

Pending items: Light Rail Fleet Management Plan, Eureka Re-shoring Plan & 

Timetable 

d. Finance & Administration - met February 4, 2002 (Special Meeting). Topics of 
discussion: FY2003 Budget, Review and update committee calendar, Schedule of 
upcoming meetings 



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Next meeting: March 12, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 p.m. 
Pending items: FY02 progress (six month report), Fiscal controls, FY01 Audit, MTA 
Budget Presentation Guidelines 
e. Safety, Training & Accessibility - no meeting held in the months of January and 
February 2002. 

Next meeting: To be determined 
Pending items: Progress report on Evacuation Drill (11-18-01) 

10. Review committee tasks and agenda items 

a. Next regular meeting: April 4, 2002: Facilities Tour, DPT/Muni Merger, Employee 
Incentive Awards 

11. Adjournm e nt — 7:35 p.m. = — — 

Note: Documents distributed at this meeting: 

December 6, 2001 & January 3, 2002 Draft Minutes 

Municipal Railway Operating Budget FY2003 

CAC Information Requests 

CAC Response(s) - Reference number(s): 011206-2, 011206-3, 020103-5 

Staff Report including: 

February 2002 Special Events Calendar, Calendar of Muni Awards & Special 
Events, Special Events and Construction, Muni Major Capital Projects at a 
Glance 



Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council 
City & County of San Francisco 

.Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, fclarch 7, 2002 at 5:30 PM 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 

Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Maintenance and Engineering 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety. Training & Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-7313 Voice (415) 554-7606 Fax 



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AGENDA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Review and adopt minutes of February 7, 2002 5:35 

(ACTION ITEM) (Attachments) 

3. Public Comment 5:40 

4. Report of the Chair (ACTION ITEM) 5:45 

5. Staff Report (Paul Czechowicz) 5:50 

6. Presentations (DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS) 6:00 
a. Office Space presented by Kerstin Magary, Project Manager, Capital Planning and 

Legislative Affairs 

7. Review of outstanding CAC Information Requests (ACTION ITEM) 6:30 

8. Council Members' questions and comments (ACTION ITEM) 6:50 
a. Motion: It is recommended that the capital project to clean the ceilings of 

the Muni Metro stations at Powell Street and Montgomery be programmed 
for an earlier date than is now planned. In addition, ongoing efforts 
should be made to replace overhead lighting fixtures in Muni Metro 
stations when they fail. (David Pilpel) 

9. Committee Reports: (ACTION ITEMS): 7:00 

a. Service Design & Marketing 

Next meeting March 18, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending items: 

b. Service Reliability and Quality 

Next meeting March 25, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending items: Bus cleaning standards, DPT practices, Service Standards 
Methodology, Van Ness Exclusive Lanes, Ridership Increases, 39 Coit routing. 

c. Maintenance and Engineering 

Next meeting March 21, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:30 PM 

Pending items: Light Rail Fleet Management Plan 

The following motion was recommended for consideration at the January 2002 Meeting 

Motion: Muni should pursue the consolidation of as many of its administrative functions 

as possible in a single centralized location in conjunction with a new central control 

facility. 

The following motion was recommended for consideration at the February 2002 Meeting 

Motion: Muni should study and determine the need for the Eureka Portals, holding 

public hearings in the Eureka Valley neighborhood in the process. If it is determined 

that the portals are needed, Muni should then engage the neighborhood in public 

hearings on how to replace and/or improve the portals. 

d. Finance and Administration 

Next meeting March 12, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM 

Pending items: Budget document analysis and recommendations, FY01 Audit, 

Translink, Transit Impact Development fee (TIDF), FY2003 Budget, 

e. Safety, Training and Accessibility 

Next meeting March 14, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:00 PM 
Pending items: 



10. Review Council tasks and agenda items. Next regular meeting April 4, 2002 7:20 
Pending items: Facilities Tour, DPT Muni Merger, Employee Incentive Awards 

11. Adjournment 7:30 



^ Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council 
City and County of San Francisco 
* MINUTES 

Regular Meeting 
Thursday^* 7, 2002 DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 u a n « n ?nno 

San Francisco, CA 

SAN FRANCISCO 

1 . Linton Stables, Chair, called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. PUBLIC library 

Members Present: Sue Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Daniel 

Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 
Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Members Absent: Art Cimento 

CAC Support Staff Present: Paul Czechowicz, Staff Advisor 
Christine Butler, Secretary 

Other MTA Staff Present: Kerstin Magary, Project Manager, Capital Planning & 

Legislative Affairs 
Jim Nelson, Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs 

2. The minutes from the regular meeting of February 7, 2002 were adopted with the following 
amendments: 

a. Finance and Administration Committee budget recommendations to be incorporated into 
the minutes . 

b. Finance and Administration Committee budget recommendation (6) amended to read: 
Muni should consider operator and non-operator job combinations to reduce overtime. 

c. Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council Minutes of December 6, 2001 
amended to read: 

• Ms. Hayes to Walter Streeter - How much of the Muni budget will be allocated for all 
streetscape improvements ? 

3. Public Comment: Mr. Paul Switzer (Former Chairman and current member of the Telegraph 
Hill Dwellers Park and Transportation Committee) expressed that the CAC consider 
addressing the issue of improvements in the 39 Coit bus service, specifically routing and 
scheduling. By improving the reliability and function of the 39 Coit bus service, a more 
attractive mode of travel would be available to tourist desiring to visit Coit Tower, which 
would greatly contributing to the reduction of automobile traffic on Telegraph Hill. Mr. 
Switzer stated that his organization has had a great interest in the 39 Coit bus route 
because of its serves both the Telegraph Hill residences and its importance to Coit Tower 
tourism. Mr. Switzer acknowledged the CAC's intervention in addressing changes to the 39 
Coit bus route and improved signage in the area has had an impact on automobile traffic. 

4. However, the long-term goal of the Telegraph Hill Dwellers Park and Transportation 
Committee and the residents of Telegraph Hill is to reduction automobile traffic to Coit 
Tower has not been achieved. Mr. Switzer referenced a letter written by council member 
Sue Cauthen that recommends Muni and the Department of Parking and Traffic collaborate 
and devise a plan to provide improved 39 Coit bus service. 



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5. Report of the Chair: 

a. Mr. Stables welcomed Bruce Oka back and welcomed Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 
beginning April 2002. 

b. Chair stated Finance and Administration Committee budget recommendations were sent 
to the MTA Board on February 19, 2002. The Board adopted the budget with 
modifications; however, none of the modifications were particularly patterned after the 
CAC recommendations. 

c. Protocol concerns when meeting with Muni staff, and as previously discussed by the 
committee, had been brought to the Chair's attention. Chair expressed guidelines in 
developing the integrity of the council and improving relations with Muni employees and 

the public as a whole. 



d. Questions and Comments on Report of Chair: 

(1) David Pilpel asked, if the Chair had received written responses from the MTA Board 
regarding all other CAC recommendations forwarded to the MTA Board. 

Chair responded that no other written responses have been received other than 
those passed out to council members. Paul Czechowicz added, he has received 
written response to three CAC recommendations that had been forwarded to the 
MTA Board, however, portions are missing. He is awaiting receipt of response 
portion addressing the discipline issues contained in the PSR recommendation, he 
is rewording a portion of the response to the Cable Car recommendation, and the 
response regarding the budget recommendation is forthcoming from Michael Burns 
(General Manager). The Chair stated that the General Manager would be 
responding on behalf of the MTA Board since previous correspondence had been 
addressed to Michael Burns. 

(2) Mr. Pilpel asked, is there any comment as to the status of other CAC 
recommendations on various issues in which no acknowledgement or written 
response has been received. 

The Chair replied that he has requested of Mr. Czechowicz to review all 
recommendation and try to obtain written responses as soon as possible. Mr. 
Czechowicz added, that he has retracted all of the recommendations and is 
currently circulating recommendations for response. 

(3) Mr. Pilpel requested that a report be given at the April meeting regarding the 
status of other CAC recommendations on various issues in which no 
acknowledgement or written response has been received. 

Mr. Czechowicz replied he would provide a report regarding the status of other 
CAC recommendations on various issues in which no acknowledgement or written 
response has been received at the report at the April meeting. 

(4) Joan Downey commented that there had been published in the paper the 
appointment of a new Commissioner. 



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The Chair identified the newly appointed commissioner by name (Commissioner 
McCray) and suggested that the commissioner be invited to attend one of the CAC 
meetings. 

6. Staff Report: 

a. Mr. Czechowicz gave an overview of the March Staff Report contents which included the 
ComMUNIcations Newsletter, Calendar of Muni Awards, March 2002 Special Events 
Calendar, Service Standards (2 nd quarter, FY2001/02), and the Notice on Weekend 
Construction. 

b. Mr. Czechowicz stated, that all forty (40) of the coaches sent to the Olympics have been 
returned— l^nHs--pfeparing-t-he-buses-for-ret 

data before submitting bill to the Olympic Committee. Cost estimates will be available 
by the next council meeting and will be distributed with the package. 



c. Service Standards were distributed with the packages and employee awards were paid 
based on those service standards for the second quarter. 

d. The MTA Board will discuss at their next meeting March 19th, a change in transfer 
policy. Based on the CAC desire to review the change prior to MTA Board consideration. 
Per discussion with Gigi Harrington (Deputy General Manager, Finance and 
Administration), the proposed change in transfer policy will be provided first to the CAC 
before MTA Board vote. Mr. Czechowicz added, that we are working with the General 
Manager's staff to develop a policy that all items to the MTA Board be at least reviewed 
for interest by the CAC. 

e. An introduction of the new CAC Secretary, Vincent Dunlap, was made noting that he will 
provide administrative support to CAC committees. 

f. Question and Comments regarding the Staff Report: 
(1) Norman Rolfe: 

(a) In looking over the Special Events Calendar, regarding the note about Union 
between Stockton and Columbus being closed on Saturday the 30 th and 
Sunday evening the 31 st , why is there a MC 45 substitute for Sunday and not 
an ETI 45 as indicated for Saturday? 

Mr. Czechowicz responded that reason for using the ETIs is because they 
have the auxiliary (battery pack). So, if the reroute distance is too great the 
ETIs cannot be used. 

(b) Why not install a curve from Columbus into westbound Union that would 
alleviate the need to rely on battery packs or diesel substitutions for a one or 
two block digression? 



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Mr. Czechowicz stated he would have to research the question and provide a 
response at a later date. 

(c) Every time there is a Giants game the Special Events Calendar reflects 
"Green 10". Does "Green 10" reflect extra equipment (cars) and if so, do the 
Giants incur any additional charges for the service? 

Mr. Czechowicz replied, that "Green 10" represents 10 extra trains scheduled 
from Green Division. As part of the agreement when the ballpark was 
constructed, Muni would provide service to the ballpark. Mr. Pilpel advised, 
as part of the budget process, that the 10 car or train demand for ballpark 
events have been reduced from 14 since last year. Ballpark service is being 

provid e d with d e tai l runs, not overtime runs. So, the cost to provide service 

to PacBell Park has been minimized. Comparatively, the cost to provide 
service to Candlestick was much more costly. 

(2) Ms. Crowder provided comment, at the Muni Stakeholder's meeting the CAC had a 
very strong representation. 

(3) Mr. Pilpel thanked Mr. Czechowicz on the Olympics Report. Mr. Pilpel stated he 
looked forward to hearing more detail including Maintenance's experience with the 
vehicles and a summary of what happen while the buses were in service in Utah. 

(4) Mr. Pilpel advised the change to the transfer policy would be discussed at the 
Service, Design & Marketing Committee on March 18, 2002. Mr. Pilpel commented 
that the transfer policy change, as represented to him, is intended to eliminate the 
transfer stub. Under current policy, the entire transfer is suppose to be lifted by 
the operator, the stub removed, and the rest of the transfer returned. On the 
second use, the entire transfer is to be surrendered and the passenger is left with 
no fair receipt. The problem is that the current policy does not allow for an 
implementation of proof of payment on other than Metro lines. There is also a 
complicated procedure where Metro transfers are to be surrendered to the 
operator and exchanged for a paper transfer. The transfer policy change is 
intended to better align the transfer policy with current practice and provide for 
the ability to implement proof of payment. However, in his opinion, other 
enforcement and policy questions arise, which could constitute to some degree a 
fair change. For these reasons, CAC review of the transfer policy change was 
requested. 

(5) Mr. Oka expressed his reservations as to the feasibility of the changes to the 
transfer policy unless there is a transition period. 

(6) The Chair advised that further discussion on changes to the transfer policy will be 
deferred to Service, Design & Marketing Committee. 

6. Presentations 

a. Office Space Presentation: 



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(1) Ms. Magary (Project Manager, Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs) began 
presentation with introduction of herself and Jim Nelson (Planner, Capital Planning 
- Real Estate). Presentation addressed proposed Muni - Department of Parking & 
Traffic Headquarters Building. Ms. Magary noted that Muni has been working with 
the Department of Parking & Traffic and the Department of Real Estate reviewing 
overall needs once the two departments merge. Per the Department of Real 
Estate and the Mayor's Office, constraints have been imposed limiting possible 
sites for proposed building since the headquarters must remain within the Civic 
Center area. 

(2) Mr. Nelson (Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs) gave an overview on office 
space locations, square footage, lease- rates, annual cost, and lease expiration 

dates; 

b. Office Space Presentation Questions and Comments: 

(1) Dorris Vincent: Are you proposing to combine these sites that are represented? 

Ms. Magary response: We're proposing to find new sites and build or buy a 
building that already exists. Using revenue (money) already in the operating 
budget to purchase that building over time. We're basically looking at the current 
lease budget money, as much as possible. Mr. Nelson noted, We don't have figures 
for DPT, but if you look at the annual cost to Muni, it's 3.5 million dollars a year 
rent. 

(2) Mr. Rolfe: Are there anyspecific locations under consideration? 

Ms. Magary response: Civic Center. Mr. Nelson added, the problem with Civic 
Center right now, is the vacancy rate is much, much lower than it is elsewhere in 
the city. Ms. Magary added, there are differences in the overall quoted vacancy 
rate percentage in the Civic Center area. Currently, the Department for Real 
Estate for the city does not think they can locate space for Muni and DPT, to the 
degree that is needed, anywhere in Civic Center other than where we currently are 
right now. So, to replace that space is almost impossible, because there is not that 
much available in Civic Center because of demand for space for the entire city. 

(3) Mr. Rolfe: What is the status of the former State Building (524 Golden Gate), 
which I understand the city has condemned because of earthquake damage. Will 
it be available to Muni or to other city departments? 

Ms. Magary response: What we have understood to date, the Public Utilities 
Commission has the first choice for that building, depending on the Department of 
Real Estate and the Mayor's Office to make a determination. That is one of the 
sites we have considered. Mr. Nelson commented that there are other city 
agencies requiring more office space, i.e., the court building, the city's Law Library. 
By the time you subtract those out of the planned size of the building, it does not 
come close to the 180,000 square feet needed for the combined Muni-DPT 
headquarters building. 



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Ms. Magary response: This is one of the sites the city is looking at for overall 
fulfilling of the city office space needs, but Muni has been told that this is not a site 
being considered for Muni, at this point. 

(4) Mr. Pilpel: 

(a) Why do you assume growth rate for space when we are actually in the 
process of reducing staff for the current year? 

Ms. Magary response: The 10% growth factor accounts for the Central 
Subway Project staffing needs. This project involves a number of engineers, 
and projects that are contained in the short-range transit plan, all of which 
requir e a significant planning and engineering staff. — ■. : 



(b) Other than the long-term plan about a Central Office Building, are there 
efforts, which can or have been made to minimize our use of leased space? 
Specifically, taking more advantage of other existing facilities, i.e., Presidio, 
Green, and eastside facilities in terms of office space, instead of more 
expensive Market Street real estate? 

Ms. Magary response: Basically Muni is always looking at how to save 
money and how increase ridership. And so, yes we have leased facilities, not 
only these, but also warehouse leased facilities. We are looking at 
warehouse opportunities at Hunter's Point Shipyard. Muni has been leasing a 
privately owned warehouse, Pier 72, for fifteen years which stores over 45M 
dollars in needed spare parts. As well as, the need for storage of these spare 
parts, historical vehicles (streetcars), and other large items that need be in a 
warehouse as opposed to being kept in storerooms are being considered in 
the review of warehouse leased facilities. 

(c) Mr. Pilpel expressed his concern that certain administrative services would 
move from Presidio to leased spaced on Market Street instead of continue 
occupancy at the Presidio facility where there is no cost for leasing office 
space. Remaining divisions at Presidio would expanding into the available 
office space which appear to be contrary to the goal of minimizing the use of 
leased space. 

Mr. Nelson stated that Service Planning space would be incorporated into the 
Scheduling Department as a result of the department's expansion. The 
Community Affairs space is currently occupied by Safety and Training, and 
with the growth and increased role of the MIS group, with the exception of 
the old payroll space, most of the Presidio facility is occupied. 

Kristin Magary suggested Mr. Pilpel arrange through the Chair and make an 
appointment with Mr. Nelson to setup a tour of the Presidio facility. 

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(6) Tom Wetzel: Have you considered the defunct school in back of the board of 
education that is a surplus school district site? 

A discussion of regarding two possible available school district properties, i.e., the 
Administrative Headquarters on Van Ness and the old school at 170 Fell took place. 
Ms. Magary suggested that an inquiry request could be submitted by the Project 
Manager, Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs to the School District through the 
Department of Real Estate regarding the status of these two buildings. 

(7) Daniel Murphy: 

(a) I've noticed the large disparity in lease rate quote. Assuming that the plans 
for a h e adquarters bu i lding has not been reached, when the lease expir e s in 

less that two years for 1145 Market, are you looking at possible alternative 
lease sites that would charge less that $53.00 per square foot per year. 

Mr. Nelson response: We had the unfortunate situation of signing that lease 
very early at the peak of the market. Yes, we would consider the agreement, 
however, the problem we spent a half of million dollars on tenant 
improvements just on the third floor. 

Ms. Magary added, the Department of Real Estate negotiated the lease on 
behalf of Muni. Lease option review will have to occur well before extending 
agreement. 

(b) On the possibility of the Central Office Building, how firm is the mandate that 
it be located in Civic Center? 

Ms. Magary response: So far it's very firm and has been explored for about 
two years. 

(c) And that mandate comes from the Mayor? 
Ms. Magary response: Yes it does. 

(8) Ms. Vincent - I heard you mention Shipyard. Am I to understand that you have 
vehicles and parts on the shipyard at this point? 

Ms. Magary response: No we don't. Pier 72 and 400 Cesar Chavez is leased 
warehouses sites. There is a Maintenance Unit Facility by the warehouse at 400 
Cesar Chavez, plus 1399 Marin. 1399 Marin is being used for a variety of purposes 
including a road call division, a reserve fleet and will be used in the future for 
employee parking and other vehicle parking for Islias Creek construction. The 
parking requirement for 1399 Marin is required in the environmental document 
that concerns Islias Creek construction and Muni must keep renewing that lease 
report. What we are looking at is longer term, where is a warehouse perhaps 
available for Muni to purchase using the money currently in the operating budget. 
Hunter's Point is one area that we are looking at from the Shipyard. The building 
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transferred to the city Redevelopment Agency and the developer Lamar. So, a 
warehouse is another facility needed in the long-term, along with a training center 
and revenue center. 

(9) Mr. Pilpel: 

(a) The SRTP references a facility plan as one of the items that drive the SRTP, I 
suggest that there is a stand-alone plan to that effect, is there in fact such a 
plan? 

Mr. Nelson response: Not in the last few years, No. The extent to which a 
facility plan exists is embodied in the report, there is no stand-alone plan. 
Most of the faci l ities p l an is in the report. — 



(b) Is there an intention to update a stand-alone facility plan that would discuss 
and address all the things that we've talked about and more? 

Ms. Magary response: Most of what you have talked about and more is 
already built into the Capital Plan or Operating Budget. 

(10) Ms. Crowder commented: Several months ago during the Maintenance and 
Engineering discussion, it was suggested that we look at another facilities 
management plan. In that discussions regarding light rail vehicle management 
superseded, the Maintenance and Engineering Committee's inquire to attain a copy 
of a stand-alone facilities plan. 

(11) Mr. Pilpel commented: The issue of attaining a copy of a stand-alone facilities 
plan should be referred back to the Maintenance and Engineering Committee. The 
stand-alone facilities plan should discusses issues regarding warehouse, parts 
storage, historical vehicles, and incorporates the functional analysis that's ongoing 
or that has been completed relating to metro east. Parts storage issues, although 
equally important, are to be kept separate from office space issues. 

Ms. Magary response: In terms of the facilities, either owned, in the process of 
being funded or in the process of being considered for construction, such as the 
headquarters, actually most of the programs we've talked about are discussed on 
page 154 or in the Planning Budget on page 88. 

At this time Mr. Stables put forth the first motion under Item 9c: 

Motion: Muni should pursue the consolidating of as many of its administrative 
functions as possible in a single centralized location in conjunction with a new 
central control facility. 

Comments regarding Motion: 

Mr. Pilpel - Has concern about the new central control facility. Does not feel that we should 
relocate Central Control due to the substantial cost involved. Mr. Pilpel moved to delete the 
language "in conjunction with the new Central Control Facility". 

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1 st Amendment to Motion: Muni should pursue the consolidation of as many of its 
administrative functions as possible in a single centralized location. 

Comments regarding motion: 

Daniel Weaver asked why Central Control was added to the amendment? 

Mr. Stables commented that it seemed to make sense to consolidate all of the information 

gathered and the use of that information in one location. 

Mr. Stables stated that Bob Planthold's idea was to have Muni and Department of Parking and 

Traffic, and Central Control Facility together. 

Mr. Murphy suggested inserting the word "possibly" between "centralized location and in 
conjunction" so the motion wou l d now read: — ■ — 

2 nd Amendment to Motion: Muni should pursue the consolidation of as many of its 
administrative functions as possible in a single centralized location possibly in 
conjunction with a new central control facility. 

At this time the Council voted on the 2 nd Amendment to Motion to add the word "possibly" to 

the first amendment. 

Vote to add the word "possibly": 

Motion failed: 6-5 

At this time the Council voted on the 1 st Amendment to the Motion: 
Vote to delete "in conjunction with a new central control facility": 
Motion failed: 6-5 

Mr. Murphy suggested adding the wording, "If a suitable site cannot be located in the Civic 
Center, Muni should examine sites outside the Civic Center neighborhood" so the motion would 
read: 

3 rd Amendment to Motion: 

Muni should pursue the consolidation of as many of its administrative functions as 
possible in a single centralized location in conjunction with a new central control 
facility. If a suitable sight cannot be located in the Civic Center, Muni should 
examine sites outside the Civic Center neighborhood ". 

3 rd Amendment to Motion was moved and seconded. 

Ms. Downey suggested sending the motion back to committee. 

Ms. Weaver moved to Refer Item under 9c. 

Motion : Refer Item 9c back to Maintenance & Engineering Committee. 



At this time the council voted and unanimously agreed to refer Item under 9C back to 
Maintenance and Engineering Committee. 

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Council members reviewed the Information Requests Matrix. 

8. Council Members Questions and Comments 

Mr. Pilpel - How can the CAC be involved with the decision-making concerning alternative 

fuels? (Reference #020307-0) 

Mr. Pilpel - Would like more training on the Sunshine Ordinance. (Reference #020307-1) 

Mr. Pilpel - Does Muni have plans to augment service in the Bayview Corridor while Caltrans 

is shut down on the weekend for a 2-year period? (Reference #020307-2) 

Ms. Hayes - Will there be a formal response to our motion regarding the budget that were 

submitted last month? (Reference #020307-3) 

Sue Cauthen - What can Muni do to address neighborhood complaints regarding the loud 

beeping noise buses emit as they cross Filbert & Columbus? (Reference #020307-4) 
Sue Cauthen — Why was there rush hour bunching in late February by inbound cars a t 

Forest Hill Station? (Reference #020307-5) 

Ms. Downey - Is there an ongoing problem with the steps on the Breda cars? (Reference 

#020307-6) 

Mr. Pilpel - What recently happened at Taraval and 15 th Avenue with the recent derailment? 

Mr. Pilpel - Would like to schedule the Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) and Capital Planning 

Improvement Projects on how they are planned and developed. 



At this time the Chair put forth the motion for Item 8a: 

Motion: IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM DATE, 
AS REFLECTED IN THE MUNI RAILWAYS SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLAN, FOR THE 
CLEANING OF CEILINGS AT BOTH THE POWELL AND MONTGOMERY STREETS 
METRO STATIONS BE PROGRAMMED EARLIER. IN ADDITION, ONGOING EFFORTS 
SHOULD BE MADE TO REPLACE OVERHEAD LIGHTING FIXTURES IN MUNI METRO 
STATION WHEN THEY FAIL. (Mr. Pilpel) 

Comments regarding motion: 

Mr. Pilpel stated apparently work has recently been done at Van Ness, however, Powell and 
Montgomery are relatively dark and uninviting generally in terms of lighting and it appears that 
the ceilings still require cleaning. Request follow-up report from Engineering and Maintenance. 

At this time the council voted and unanimously agreed. 

9. Committee Reports 

a. Service Design & Marketing - no meeting in February 2002 

Next meeting: March 18, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 p.m. 

Pending items: Website (Community & Public Relations), Data Collection (Schedules). 

b. Service Reliability & Quality - no meeting February 25, 2002 due to lack of quorum. 
Next meeting: March 25, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:30 p.m. 

Pending items: Cable Car Recommendations, PSR request for information, service and 
signage to bus line 39, 30 Express in the PM, PSR Task Force, Service standards 
methodology, DPT/Service Planning, POP Presentation, Station Operations, Bus 
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c. Maintenance & Engineering - met February 27, 2002. Topics of discussion: Light Rail 
Fleet Management Plan, Eureka Portal Re-shoring Plan & Timetable 
Next meeting: March 21, 2002, 1145 Market St, Rm. 5A, 3:30 p.m. 
Pending items: Light Rail Fleet Management; CAC's Participation In Selections of 
Alternative Fuel; Infrastructure and Maintenance Relationships Between Muni and Other 
Entities (CalTrains, BART, etc.); Facilities Management Plan; Over of Muni's Plans For 
Non-transit Uses; change in Maintenance & Engineering meeting time. 

At this time The Chair put forth the following motion: 

Motion: Muni should study and determine the need for the Eureka Portals, holding 
p u b lic heari ng s in th e Eureka Valley n e ighborhood in the process. If it is determined 
that the portals are needed, Muni should then engage the neighborhood in public 
hearings on how to replace and/or improve the portals. 

Comments regarding motion: 

Mr. Pilpel stated improvements are needed to the Eureka Portals, and he is of the belief that the 

portals are needed. He is not in support of the motion as written. 

The Chair stated residents of the neighborhood do not understand the need for the portals. 

Having discussed the portal issue with the Muni Engineer, he stated it had not yet been 

determined by Muni rather or not they need the portals. 

Mr. Rolfe expressed his understanding of Muni's possible necessity for the portals. 

The Chair stated that if Muni has not made a decision and is going to make a decision, the 

neighborhood should be involved. 

Mr. Pilpel moved as a Substitute Motion to the Motion as follows: 

Substitute Motion to the Motion ; It is recommended that the capital project to 
shore-up the Eureka Portal for the Twin Peaks Tunnel be programmed for an earlier 
date than is now planned. Further, the neighborhood should be engaged early in 
that planning process which should involve substantial improves to the portal area. 

The Substitute Motion to the Motion was then moved and seconded by Ellen Hays. 

Comments regarding Substitute Motion to the Motion: 

Ms. Weaver stated that a determination had not been made regarding the portals is that it 

would be a rather expensive capital project. 

Mr. Murphy stated we should request that Muni expedite its decision regarding the necessity or 

non-necessity for the portals. 

At this time the Council voted on the Substitute Motion to the Motion: 
Motion failed: 6-5 

At this time a vote was taken on the Main Motion and the motion passed: 10-1. 

d. Finance & Administration - met February 4, 2002 (Special Meeting). Topics of 
discussion: FY2003 Budget, Review and update committee calendar, Schedule of 
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Next meeting: To be determined 

Pending items: Impact of BART settlement on Muni labor cost, Municipal Railway 

Improvement Fund (MIF), San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Corp. 

(SFMRIC) 

e. Safety, Training & Accessibility - no meeting held in the months of January, February or 

March 2002. A member is needed to make a quorum. 

Next meeting: April 25, 2002, 1145 Market Street, 5 th Floor, 3:00 p.m. 

Pending items: Progress report on Evacuation Drill (11-18-01) 

Review committee tasks and agenda items 
Next regular meeting of the CAC: April 4, 2002: 
Pending items: Facilities Tour, DPT/Muni Merger, Employee Incentive Awards 

Adjournment — 7:30 p.m. 

Note: Documents distributed at this meeting: 

February 7, 2002 Draft Minutes 

Document on Office Space Leased by Muni and DPT 

Staff Report including: 

ComMUNIcations Newsletters, Calendar of Muni Awards & Special Events, March 2002 

Special Events Calendar, Service Standards (2 nd quarter, FY2001/02, Weekend 

Construction Notice, Website Notice 

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^Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, April 4, 2002 at 5:30 PM 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 

Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel. 

Committees: 

Service Design and Marketing: 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 

Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent. 

Service Reliability and Quality: 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 

Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe. 

Maintenance and Engineering: 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 

Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel. 

Finance and Administration: 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 

David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel. 

Safety, Training & Accessibility: 
Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver. 

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AGENDA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call, 5:30. 

2. Review and adopt minutes of March 7, 2002 (ACTION ITEM) (Attachments), 5:35. 

3. Public Comment, 5:40. 

4. Report of the Chair (ACTION ITEM), 5:45. 

a. Report to MTA Board. 

b. DPT/Muni Merger Task Force Report. 

c. CAC Attendance. 

5. Staff Report (Paul Czechowicz), 5:50. 

6. Presentations (DISCUSSION/INFORMATION ITEM): 

a. DPT/Muni Merger presented by Joe Speaks (Special Projects Coordinator), 6:00. 

b. Employee Incentive Awards Program presented by Larry Williams (Deputy General 
Manager, Human Resources, Labor Relations), 6:10. 

c. Metro Station Maintenance Operations Presentation presented by Ray Favetti (Senior 
Operations Manager, Infrastructure Maintenance), 6:20. 

7. Presentations (DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS): 

a. Review of Municipal Transportation Agency Board (Finance and Administration) 
proposed resolution on Approval of Transfer Policy presented by Peter Straus, 6:30. 

b. Review of Office of the Municipal Transportation Agency Board (Director of 
Transportation) proposed resolution on Records Retention and Destruction Policy, 
presented by Paul Czechowicz (CAC Support Staff)/Deborah Denison (Superintendent, 
Performance Monitoring and Analysis), 6:40. 

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Agency regarding 39 Coit Service (ACTION ITEM), 6:50. 

9. Resolution regarding jurisdiction over Parking Control Officers (ACTION ITEM), 7:00. 

10. Review of outstanding CAC Information Requests (ACTION ITEM), 7:05. 

11. Council Members' questions and comments (ACTION ITEM), 7:10. 

12. Committee Reports: (ACTION ITEMS): 7:15 

a. Service Design & Marketing: 

Next meeting April 15, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM. 

Pending items: Website (Community & Public Relations), Data Collections (Schedules). 

b. Service Reliability and Quality: 

Next meeting April 22, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM. 

Pending items: Bus cleaning standards, DPT practices, Service Standards Methodology, 

Van Ness Exclusive Lanes, Ridership Increases, 39 Coit Service. 

c. Maintenance and Engineering: 

Next meeting April 18, 2002, 1 145 Market, 5th floor, 4:00 PM. 

d. Finance and Administration: 

Next meeting April 9, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM. 

Pending items: Impact of BART settlement on Muni labor costs, MIF (Municipal Railway 
Improvement Fund), SFMRIC (San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Fund, 
Transit Impact Development fee (TIDF), MOU/Labor negotiations follow-up, Finance & 
Administration impact of DPT-MTA merger. 

e. Safety, Training and Accessibility: 

Next meeting April 1 1 , 2002, 1 145 Market, 5th floor, 3:00 PM. 
Pending items: Evacuation Drill. 

13. Review Council tasks and agenda items, 7:20. Next regular meeting May 2, 2002. 
Pending items: Service Standards. 

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1. Call to Order/Roll Call: 

The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. 

a. Members PresentLinton Stables (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, 

Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, 
Norman Rolfe, Daniel Weaver 

b. Members Absent: Art Cimento, Tom Wetzel 

c. Staff Present: Paul Czechowicz, CAC Liaison 
Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 

Joe Speaks, Special Projects Coordinator 

Larry Williams, Deputy General Manager, 

Human Resources, Labor Relations 

Barbara Conway, Manager, Employee Services Department 

Joseph Crimoli, Senior Administrative Assistant, Employee Services Department 

Peter Straus, Planning 

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a. Minutes of the March 7, 2002 deferred to May 2, 2002 meeting. 

3. Public Comment: (Action Item) 

a. N-Judah Line Breda LRVs Unacceptable Noise and Vibration Levels As The Vehicles 
Traverse The Tunnel and Travel Along The Carl Street Corridor. 

(1) Mrs. Rita Read spoke in support of the Cole Valley Neighborhood Association petition 
addressing the unacceptable noise and vibration levels of the N-Judah Line Breda Light Rail 
Vehicles (LRVs) when exiting the tunnel, westbound, at Carl and Cole. Mrs. Read expressed 
the opinion that although she has enjoyed riding the Breda LRVs, the rail (screeching) noise, 
especially when it rains or when the vehicle is speeding, is horrendous. Owning property 
almost adjacent to the tunnel opening, the vibration emitted by the Breda LRVs has caused 
cracks in the property's foundation. 

(2) Mr. Robert Read stated that he believes the Cole Valley Neighborhood Association petition 
concerns the entire Carl Street corridor. When walking westerly down Carl Street, it is almost 
impossible to talk when the Breda passes. As he understands, in other areas of the city work 
has been done on the foundation supporting the tracks, which has considerably reduced rail 
noise level. Mr. Read is not only concerned about their property, but also the whole 
neighborhood. 

(3) Linton Stables (Chair) stated that without addressing issue to any great extent, at a future 
meeting the Council will consider the concerns presented regarding the N-Judah Line 
Breda LRVs' unacceptable noise and vibration levels as the vehicles traverse the tunnel, 
and travel along the Carl Street corridor. 

(4) Joan Downey commented that approximately 100 signatures had been collected from Carl 
Street residents supporting the Cole Valley Neighborhood Association petition and requested 
the CAC support in rectifying the problem. Ms. Downey urged that the concerns regarding the 
N-Judah Line Breda LRVs unacceptable noise and vibration levels along the Carl Street 
corridor are included as an agenda item at the next CAC meeting. Ms. Downey distributed a 
copy of the petition form for CAC members' information. Also, Ms. Downey added that 
correcting the vibration issue is not in the five year plan for Muni, however, Muni did authorize 
vibration studies in her neighborhood and in one instance the vibration level did exceeded 
established standards. Ms. Downey volunteered to draft recommendation regarding item 
3a. 

4. Report of the Chair: (Action Item) 

a. Report to the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Board. David Pilpel represented 
the Citizen's Advisory Council (CAC) at the March 19th MTA Board meeting. Mr. Pilpel 
addressed the Board regarding the Eureka Portal recommendation from the March 7th CAC 
meeting, requested responses to items previously communicated to the Board, and discussed, 
generally improving CAC relationship with staff and the Board. Per his request, the MTA Board 
referred proposed resolutions, Approval of Transfer Policy and Records Retention and 
Destruction Policy, to the CAC for review. Mr. Pilpel reflected on the work Mr. Paul Czechowicz 
(Council Liaison) and Ms. Laura Spanjian (General Manager's Office) have taken in improving 
the administrative process, and commented on issues pending before CAC committees. Also, 
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Board members. 

b. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Muni Merger Task Force Report. Mr. Stables 
attended his first meeting of the DPT/Muni Merger Task Force. The Chair indicated that report 
information would be provided during Mr. Joe Speaks' (Special Projects Coordinator) 
presentation under Agenda Item 6a. 

c. CAC Attendance. There was a discussion and suggestions from Council members which 
included adherence to CAC Rules of Order, an excused absence provision, CAC 
representation at each MTA Board meeting, Council and Committee members absence 
notification, and individual or group review of CAC Rules of Order. 

5. Staff Report. Mr. Czechowicz began by reporting that there was a deletion from the 
previously distributed draft agenda. Agenda Item 6 had been adjusted, accordingly. Mr. 
Czechowicz continued with a summary of items regarding personnel changes, the Olympic 
buses, derailment, current construction, service changes and an overview of attachments to 
the report. 

a. Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs. Mr. Czechowicz stated that the presentation by 
Ms. Kate Breen (Manager, Legislative Affairs) was deleted from the CAC agenda since the 
State Board of Equalization had approved a compromise. Specifically, the presentation was to 
inform CAC members of the Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs proposed resolution; that the 
MTA adopt support positions for AB2809 (Longville) and SB 10c (Sher) and recommend to the 
Mayor's Office of Legislative Affairs that the City also adopt support positions. 

b. Itinerary for CAC Muni Facilities Tour on April 27, 2002 was distributed. 

c. Staff Report Comments: 

(1) Item 5a, Mr. Pilpel requested that staff provide a response at the next CAC meeting to the 
question; does the Board in fact have the authority to take position on legislation and 
how does that apply to the MTA? 

(2) Item 5b, Ms. Downey stated she would not be participating in the tour. 

6. Presentations: (Discussion/Information Items) 

a. DPT/Muni Merger presented by Joe Speaks (Special Projects Coordinator). Mr. Speaks 
presented an outline of the overall philosophy regarding the approach to the merger, 
economies affected by the merger, and closed with a questions and answers period. Although 
the merger is to be effected on July 1, Mr. Speaks indicated this is only the beginning. Areas 
identified by the Joint Task Force include presenting a joint fiscal year zero based budget, 
coordinating Human Resources, Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO), and Americans with 
Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance requirements, MTA Board concerns regarding deadlines for 
calendar items, and Parking Authority transfer of functions to the MTA Board. A copy of Mr. 
Michael T. Burns (General Manager, San Francisco Railways) and Mr. Fred M. Hamdun 
(Executive Director, Department of Parking and Traffic) joint letter of March 26, 2002 was 
distributed to CAC members. Mr. Speaks responded to Council members' concerns as to 
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(1) Mr. Pilpel requested that Mr. Speaks provide to the CAC a copy of the Task Force 
Working List of Issues Concerning the DPT/Muni Merger for inclusion in next month's 
CAC meeting information package. 

(2) Mr. Pilpel requested that recommendation to fill vacancy in Muni organization 
structure considered as a Council agenda item at the next CAC meeting. 

The Chair recognized request for agenda items and suggested Mr. Pilpel's request is taken up 
under agenda item 11. 

9. Resolution regarding jurisdiction over Parking Control Officers (Action Item). The 

Chair recommended that Agenda Item 9 be considered at this time in that it is closely 
associated with Agenda Item 6a. 

a. Discussion. The Chair presented the draft resolution, Disposition of Parking Control 
Officers, and advised that copies of the position taken up by the CAC last July are available. 
Mr. Speaks reiterated that the desire of the Task Force is to ensure a positive working 
relationship exist with the PCOs as the merger moves forward and caution the need to not 
appear as opposing PCOs wanting something different. 

(1) Mr. Pilpel request Mr. Speaks to provide a copy of the response to the position taken 
up by the CAC last July. 

(2) Sue Cauthen commented that the draft resolution was well written. Ms. Cauthen further 
stated that the draft resolution makes the point, in the second to last paragraph that it was the 
wishes of the voters that the Department of Parking and Traffic merge under the MTA. 
Presumably, the voters will have to decide should an alternate plan come forth. 

Mr. Pilpel moved the following: 

Motion: THAT THE CITIZEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL ADOPT THE DRAFT RESOLUTION, 
DISPOSITION OF PARKING CONTROL OFFICERS AS THE COUNCIL'S 
RECOMMENDATION TO THE MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY BOARD. 

Motion was seconded and unanimously passed. 

6. Presentations: (Discussion/Information Items) 

b. Employee Incentive Awards Program presented by Mr. Larry Williams (Deputy 
General Manager, Human Resources, Labor Relations). Mr. Williams began with the 
introduction of Ms. Barbara Conway (Manager, Employee Services Department) and Mr. 
Joseph Crimoli (Senior Administrative Assistant), both of whom are intimately involved in the 
administration of the Employee Incentive Awards Program. Copies of the slides used in the 
presentation were distributed to CAC members. Mr. Williams provided background by stating 
that under the provisions of Proposition E Muni has the ability to negotiate with unions the 
implementation of incentive pay programs that assist in achieving various goals required under 
the proposition. The program reward structures are intended to help, overtime, build 
employees' commitment/involvement and their becoming more accountable and responsible. 
In the year 2000, Muni negotiated with the Transport Workers Union (TWU), Local 250A, three 
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the remaining contracts that cover all the other maintenance operations and administrative 
employees. Mr. Williams then briefed the Council on the seven different types of incentive 
programs: Customer Service, Accident Prevention, Attendance; Maintenance, Operations and 
Administration Performance Goals, and MTA Incentive Program Payouts. 

(1) Discussion: 

(a) Ms. Downey expressed an interest in being provided a report that shows a 
correlation between the improvements attributable to the Incentive Awards Program 
and the amount of Incentive Program Payouts. Mr. Williams asked for clarity purposes in 
understanding Ms. Downey's question, "Is there a way in which to show to the extent we paid 
out "x" amount of dollars; the kind of equivalent percentage of improvement?" Ms. Downey 
agreed. Mr. Williams stated that he would certainly review the possibility of providing such a 
report. 

(b) Mr. Pilpel requested a report by the next CAC meeting of how many employees are 
subject to each of the seven incentive programs? 

(c) Mr. Pilpel commented there was no report of pay out concerning the PSR issue in the 
presentation. Mr. William stated neither accident reduction nor PSR goals were met. Mr. Pilpel 
asked, since there was no slide in the presentation reporting the PSR performance, can 
information be provided regarding the PSR issue comparing performance against goals 
for the calendar year? Mr. William advised that information could be provided as of 1 July but 
not for the calendar year. 

(d) Mr. Pilpel asked, understanding the total incentive program pay out is approximately 
390,000, can information be provide comparing what was budgeted for all incentive 
programs against what has currently been paid out? Mr. Williams replied specifics can be 
provided, but in response to Mr. Pilpel's generic question, Muni obviously budgeted enough 
money to cover this and have paid less than was budgeted. 

c. Metro Station Maintenance Operations Presentation was not presented. Mr. Ray Favetti 
(Senior Operations Manager, Infrastructure Maintenance) was not present. 

Mr. Stables then introduced Agenda Item 7a, as a motion, which was seconded by Mr. Rolfe. 
Chair called on Mr. Peter Straus to give presentation listed as Agenda Item 7a. 

7. Presentations: (Discussion/Action Items) 

a. Review of Municipal Transportation Agency Board (Finance and Administration) 
proposed resolution on Approval of Transfer Policy presented by Mr. Peter Straus. Mr. 

Straus began by distributing copies of Municipal Railway Bulletins, and as a visual aid; Muni 
transfers to each Council member. Mr. Straus stated the proposed resolution address changes 
in Muni policy and procedures concerning the handling of transfers. Specifically, the changes 
proposed would simplify procedures for our operators and passengers. The transfer policy, as 
proposed, would bring a greater degree of conformity in policy and procedure regarding the 
use of transfers on buses, between both buses and rail vehicles (LRVs), and align bus transfer 
practices with current rail transfer procedures. 

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the proposed policy and called for discussion. 

Motion: THAT THE CITIZEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL ADOPT THE MUNI FINANCE AND 
ADMINISTRATION PROPOSED RESOLUTION ON THE APPROVAL OF TRANSFER 
POLICY AS ITS RECOMMENDATION TO THE MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY 
BOARD. 

(1) Discussion: 

(a) Mr. Pilpel expressed he has some concerns about the implementation of the transfer policy 
proposed in the resolution, however, does not have any particular problem with changing the 
policy. Mr. Pilpel further stated he had many concerns about the process and he is leading 
more to the belief that this is not in fact a fare change as a change in rules and regulations. 

(b) Mr. Rolfe commented that the proposed resolution is a policy statement and the Council 
should not consider exact details regarding how the policy would be implemented; specifics 
regarding implementation should be determined by Operations. 

(c) Mr. Straus commented that the proposed resolution had been reviewed within the City 
Attorney's Office and Muni was advised of the appropriateness and framing of the policy in this 
proposed resolution. 

(d) Mr. Pilpel commented the reason this resolution is before the Council is that he raised 
concerns to the MTA Board. Mr. Pilpel stated that subsequent to raising concerns, staff is 
exploring the environmental review issues with City Planning, which would have been required 
prior to the MTA taking an action. 

(e) Daniel Weaver pointed out that Mr. Pilpel's concerns revolve around the process in which 
the proposed change in regulations had been implemented. However, there was concurrence 
between Mr. Weaver and Mr. Pilpel that the changes contained in the proposed resolution 
were a rational and good idea in making the Transfer Policy an uniform policy for both rail and 
bus operations. 

(f) Daniel Murphy stated that there was an implementation issue that he was curious about. He 
asked, knowing that the transfer is valid for boarding until the time indicated, if a passenger 
board just before the expiration time of their transfer and a subsequent fare check is performed 
closely following the transfer expiration time, do the enforcement officers understand that the 
transfer had to be valid at the time of boarding? 

(g) Mr. Straus explained such a situation would be accommodated under current practices, 
which allows a V* hour grace period from the indicated transfer expiration time before a citation 
can be issued. 

The Chair recognized Ms. Cauthen's call for the question on the motion under CAC Agenda 
Item 7a. 

Motion was voted and unanimously passed. 

b. Review of Office of the Municipal Transportation Agency Board (Director of 
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presented by Paul Czechowicz (CAC Liaison)/Deborah Denison (Superintendent, 
Performance Monitoring and Analysis). Mr. Czechowicz stated that Agenda Item 7b was 
referred to Council by the MTA Board. Mr. Pilpel had expressed concerns regarding the 
resolution to the Board. Mr. Pilpel was especially concerned about the section, "That the MTA 
Board of Directors does hereby authorize the Director of Transportation to make future 
changes to the policy." The resolution had been referred to the City Attorney's Office and staff 
had dealt with issues raised by Mr. Pilpel at the Board meeting. There is no longer the 
statement that allows for the Board of Directors to delegate that authority to the Director. 

(1) Discussion: 

(a) Mr. Pilpel stated that he asked at the Board meeting that any policy matters going before 
the Board should be referred to the CAC for consideration. Mr. Pilpel stated that there are no 
specific actions required concerning this agenda item. However, he would like the opportunity 
to talk with staff concerning some items contain therein for clarification sake. 

The Council declined to take a position on this item. 

8. Service Reliability and Quality Committee proposed letter to Municipal Transportation 
Agency regarding 39 Coit Service (Action Item). Linton Stables complemented Ms. 
Cauthen's efforts in following through on the neighborhood residents' issues regarding the 39 
Coit Service. The Chair introduced the motion being placed on the floor by the Committee. 

Motion: THAT THE PROPOSED LETTER TO THE MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION 
AGENCY REGARDING 39 COIT SERVICE BE ADOPTED, AND REFERRED TO THE 
CITIZEN'S ADVISORY COUNCIL CHAIR FOR DRAFTING OF A COUNCIL LETTER. 

Motion unanimously passed. 

Sue Cauthen was excused early. 

10. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests: (Action Item) 

a. Remove request to "schedule a presentation on how the SRTP and Capital Planning 
Improvement Projects are planned and developed" on Mr. Pilpel's Information Requests 
Matrix and placed on Council's pending items list. 

1 1 . Council Members' questions and comments: (Action Item) 

a. Mr. Rolfe referenced having reviewed a document concerning Capital Projects and posed 
the following: 

(1) Main and Mission Streets Restroom. The reason the restroom was determined 
necessary was because of the hotel that is planned to displace the Muni's Ferry Terminal. Is 
the hotel developer paying for the Main and Mission Restroom, as well as, pay the cost 
for the continuous maintenance and operations of the restroom? 

(2) Third Street Southern Terminal 

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(b) If plans are to relocate the terminal, who initiated request for terminal's relocation? 

(c) If relocation of the terminal is at the request of the developer, will the developer share, if not 
pay, the cost of the terminal's construction? 

(3) Vehicles - Modifying Milano Cars. What are the CPUC requirements regarding the 
modification of Milano Cars? 

(a) Paul Czechowicz responded that the modifications concern safety issues. Mr. Czechowicz 
will provide a list of the safety issues. 

b. Ms. Downey commented on having read a news article regarding another city's bus system 
having cameras attached to the front for the monitoring of bus zone traffic violations, Is Muni 
investigating the possibility of bus-mounted cameras for parking enforcement? 

c. Dan Weaver commented on developing a public outreach community program. Referencing 
Mr. Rolfe's funding and construction concerns pertaining to the Main and Mission Streets 
Restroom, as well as, Mr. Weaver's concerns about the issue of moving buses around the 
Phelan Loop, the questions of Muni not being able to fully fund construction projects concerns 
him greatly. Mr. Weaver stated the communities affected by such Capital Improvement 
Projects should receive more direct information by way of Muni conducting public outreach 
meetings. Mr. Weaver recommended that a special public outreach staff be created 
within Muni to routinely conduct public meetings in the community addressing 
construction projects planned or occurring in the community. Mr. Weaver further 
suggested that the Chair refer his recommendation to committee. 

(1) The Chair agreed. 

(2) Mr. Pilpel commented that the Service Design & Marketing Committee has been 
considering the outreach portion as part of the Committee's community and public relations 
discussions. Mr. Pilpel expressed his agreement with Mr. Weaver's recommendation and cited 
examples of Santa Clara's VTA Outreach Unit functions. 

d. Ellen Hayes expressed her appreciation in receiving a copy of the October through 
December 2001 Project Status Quarterly Report and asked, When will the next report be 
published and what is the schedule for publishing the report? 

(1) Mr. Pilpel commented that the report is published quarterly and the two pages with the "Key 
Capital Projects at a Glance" are provided every month or two as an update to the schedule. 

e. Mr. Pilpel commented on having heard on the news people are concerned about the noise 
from the new ETI trolleys, the automatic announcements and the turning issue. Mr. Pilpel 
stated that there are particular technical specifications for each of these vehicles that we 
should be aware. Hopefully, Engineering or Maintenance has the technical specification or 
could develop them. Can Muni provide a one-page description of the vehicles' 
specifications and anything that's special about the vehicle be provide on each 
standard vehicle type (regular vehicle) with the exception of cable cars, vintages cars or 
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(1) NIA Crowder commented that the Maintenance and Engineering Committee has been 
working with Fleet Management in obtaining vehicle specifications and information is 
forthcoming from Fleet Management and will be forwarded to the Council through the 
Maintenance and Engineering Committee. 

f. Mr. Pilpel had requested a proposed CAC Agenda Item: CAC RECOMMENDATION 
REGARDING FILLING VACANCIES WITHIN THE MUNI ORGANIZATION. Mr. Stables 
recommended that Finance and Administration (FAC) review this item prior to Council 
consideration. Mr. Daniel Murphy (Chair, Finance and Administration Committee - FAC) stated 
Finance should review and the FAC will attempt to hold meeting prior to the May CAC meeting. 
Should the FAC hold its regular committee meeting in April, and then the FAC would consider 
the proposed agenda item and make recommendation to the Council. Mr. Pilpel stated he 
would provide a written proposed recommendation for Committee's consideration. 

12. Committee Reports: (Action Items) 

b. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 

(1) Next meeting is tentatively scheduled for April 15, 2002. 

(2) Ms. Downey (Chair SRQC) expressed concern in not having received a written response 
from Brendan Scanlan (Superintendent Cable Cars) prior to his addressing the Committee. 
Ms. Downey also expressed concern regarding Mr. Murphy, Council representative to the PSR 
Task Force, not having received notification to attend PSR Task Force meetings. 

(3) Ms. Downey requested that the following SRQC motions from the Committee's March 
meeting, which were not included as agenda items for this meeting, be included on next 
month's agenda items: 

Motion: RECOMMEND THAT A TRAFFIC CHECK (PASSENGER COUNT) AND REVIEW 
OF THE 30 STOCKTON EXPRESS PM SCHEDULE BE CONDUCTED, AND HEADWAY 
ADJUSTMENTS MADE ACCORDINGLY. 

Motion: RECOMMEND THAT THE OPERATIONS MANUAL SECTION AND/OR A 
SEPARATE LIST OF VEHICLES SUBJECT TO REASSIGNMENT IN THE EVENT OF A 
SHORTAGE IN REVENUE VEHICLES EXISTS BE UPDATED AND KEPT UP-TO-DATE ON 
AN ONGOING BASIS. 

(4) Pending Items 

(a) Bus Cleaning Standards 

(b) DPT Practices 

(c) Service Standards Methodology 

(d) Van Ness Exclusive Lanes 

(e) Ridership Increases 



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a Service Design and Marketing (SDMC) 

1) Next meeting will be tentatively scheduled on April 15 or 18, 2002. 

2) Pending Items 

a) Website (Community & Public Relations) 

b) Data Collections (Schedules) 

c) Discussion on Implementation of Transfer Policy 

d) Clarification on Time Table Book 

e) Update on the Schedule System 

c. Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) 

1) Next meeting scheduled on April 18, 2002, 1 145 Market Street, 3rd Floor Main Conference 
Room, 4:00pm 

2) Pending Items 

a) Facilities Management Plan 

1) Infrastructure and Project Relationships Between Muni, CalTrains, and BART 

2) Needs Assessment/Overall Strategies and Implementations 

b) Joint Assets Development 

1) Potrero Bus Yard 

2) Phelan Loop 

3) Presidio Yard Air Rights 

4) Kirkland Yard 

c) Muni Plan for Development of Non-Transit Uses. Ms. Crowder (Chair, E&MC) Donald Chee 
Senior Project Manager - Constructions) will provide a list of projects. 

d) Ms. Crowder reiterated request for information in item 1 1e above, and added would 
ike to receive information before CAC Muni Facilities Tour on April 27, 2002. 

(3) Ms. Crowder extended congratulation to Mr. Stables as the new President of Castro Area 
Planning and Action (CAPA) and his personal involvement in the CAPA's project regarding 
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(a) Mr. Pilpel recommended that the Chair prepare item regarding the Seventeenth 
Street Plaza for the Council's vote. Chair agreed. 

(4) An open discussion occurred, at this time, among Mr. Pilpel, Mr. Stables and Ms. Crowder 
regarding the process of placing items on the Council's agenda and recommendations for 
information took place. 

(a) Mr. Pilpel stated the Facilities Tour is on Saturday, April 27th and then the regular meeting 
of the CAC the following Thursday, May 2nd. The only pending item listed is Service 
Standards. Mr. Pilpel stated he was not aware of any recommendation coming from the 
SDMC, however, believed Service Standards package needs to be prepared by June. Mr. 
Pilpel recommended for the next Council meeting, Station Ops and all the other items 
from this meeting would be enough for next month's CAC's agenda. Chair agreed. 

d. Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) 

1) Next Meeting will be determined. 

2) Mr. Murphy (Chair FAC) was excused early from the meeting. 

3) Pending Items 

a) Impact of BART Settlement on Muni Labor Cost 

b) MIF (Municipal Railway Improvement Fund) 

c) SRMRIC (San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Fund), Transit Impact 
Development Fee (TIDF) 

d) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)/Labor Negotiations Follow-up 

e) Finance & Administration Impact of DPT-MTA Merger 

e. Safety, Training and Accessibility Committee (STAC) 

1) Next Meeting will be determined. 

2) Bruce Oka (Chair STAC) was excused early from the meeting. 

3) Pending Items 
a) Evacuation Drill 

Next regular meeting of the CAC: May 2, 2002 

Council pending items: 

N-Judah Line Breda LRVs Unacceptable Noise and Vibration Levels As The Vehicles Traverse 
The Tunnel and Travel Along The Carl Street Corridor 

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Station Ops 

Service Standards 

SRTP and Capital Planning Improvements Projects Presentation 

CAC Recommendation Regarding Filling Vacancies within the Muni Organization 

Facilities Tour, DPT/Muni Merger, Employee Incentive Awards 

Chair Present Item Regarding the Seventeenth Street Plaza for the Council's vote 

13. Adjournment - There being no further business, the Council adjourned at 8:00pm. 

Note: Documents distributed at this meeting: 

• Blank copies of Cole Valley Neighborhood Association petition, Re: N-Judah Line Tracks 
on Carl Street (Item 3a(1)) 

• Copies of Citizens' Advisory Council Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda, Thursday, 
April 4, 2002 (Posted) (Item 5) 

• Paul Czechowicz, Staff Liaison, memo of 4 April 2002 (Re: Monthly Staff Report 
(w/attachments)) (Items 5) 

ComMUNIcation (Volume 4, Issue 2) of 2 March 2002 

Maggie Lynch, Community and Public Relations Director, letter of March 19, 2002 

(Calendar of Muni Awards and Special Events of April 2002) 

Muni Major Capital Projects at a Glance, Rev. March 18, 2002 

April 2002 Special Events Calendar 

Construction Division Rolling Agenda of Calendar Items dated Thursday, March 21, 2002 

• CAC Muni Facilities Tour dated April 27, 2002 (Items 5b, 5c(2)) 

• Copies of Michael T. Burns, General Manager, San Francisco Municipal Railway and 
Fred M. Hamdun, Executive Director, Department of Parking and Traffic joint letter of 
March 26, 2002 (Item 6a) 

• Presentation to Citizens Advisory Council - MTA Incentive Program Fiscal Year 2002 
dated April 4, 2002 (Items 6b, 6b(1 )(c)) 

• Muni Finance and Administration Proposed MTA Resolution - Approval of Transfer Policy 
(Item 7a) 

• San Francisco Municipal Railway Bulletins 99-039 and 99-109 (Item 7a) 

• Muni Transfer (Item 7a) 

• Office of the Director of Transportation Proposed MTA Resolution - Records Retention 
and Destruction Policy (Item 7b) 

• Ms. Sue Cauthen's draft letter of March 26, 2002 - 39 Coit Service (Item 8) 

• The Department of Parking and Traffic General Overview (Item 9) 

• Paul Czechowicz, Staff to the MTA Citizens' Advisory Council, memo of March 22, 2002 
(Subject: Parking Control Officers) (Item 9) 

• CAC Proposed Resolution - Disposition of Parking Control Officers (Item 9) 

• Information Requests Matrixes dated 03/29/02 (Item 10) 
Citizen's Advisory Council 

Mr. David Pilpel 

Service Design and Marketing Committee (SDMC) 

Service Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) 



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• Michael T. Burns, General Manager letter of March 22, 2002 (Subject: Muni Railway's 
Passenger Service Report (PSR) Process) (Item 10) 

• San Francisco Municipal Railway (Construction, Maintenance and Capital Planning and 
Legislative Affairs Divisions) - Quarterly Project Status Report of Key Projects (Item 1 1d) 

• Michael T. Burns, General Manager letter of March 20, 2002 (Subject: Cable Car 
Improvement Recommendations) (Item 12b) 

• Citizen's Advisory Council Attendance Chart (Updated) March 14, 2002 

• The New MUNI News - Winter 2002 

• Jason B. Johnson, Chronicle Staff Writer internet news article of March 25, 2002 (Dip in 
ridership could push Bay Area bus fares higher) 

• Jaxon Van Derbeken, Chronicle Staff Writer internet news article of March 27, 2002 
(Muni may have lost $100,000 in scheme Ex-Muni workers suspects in fraud City 
investigation centers on pair from claims office) 

• Dan Rosen - TransLink 1st Month Summary and Report of March 6, 2002 

• Maggie Lynch, Communications Department Releases: 

MUNI TO REROUTE SERVICE FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE ON SUNDAY, 

MARCH 1 7TH (March 1 5, 2002) 

MTA Board Awards Construction Contract For King Street to 22nd Street Segment of 

Third Street Light Rail Project (March 20, 2002) 

MUNI TO REROUTE SERVICE FOR CESAR CHAVEZ PARADE ON SUNDAY, MARCH 

24TH (March 22, 2002) 

Motor Coaches to Substitute for Streetcars On Outer Portion of L Taraval Line This 

Weekend (March 22, 2002) 



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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council 
City & County of San Francisco 

^Notice of Special Meeting and Agenda 

Saturday, April 27, 2002 at 9:00 AM 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



DOCUMENTS DEPT 

APR 2 3 2002 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 









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Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, between McAllister 
and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd 
floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni bus line nearest the meeting location is the 47 Van Ness. The closest MUNI Metro 
stop is the Van Ness Muni Station, where one can transfer to a 47 Van Ness bus. For more information about Muni 
accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack is located 
outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage (entrance on the south side of McAllister Street, 
between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycle racks in view of a parking attendant. 

For assistance with special needs (large print agendas, sign language interpreters, etc.), call Vincent Dunlap at least 
72 hours in advance of need at (415) 554-6873. 

In order to assist the City's efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple 
chemical sensitivity, or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other attendees may be 
sensitive to various chemical-based products. Please help the City to accommodate these individuals. 

The ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at this 
meeting. Please be advised that the Chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any person(s) responsible 
for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic devices. 

Know Your Rights Under the Sunshine Ordinance 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions, boards, 
councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the peoples' business. This ordinance assures 
that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and copying at 401 Van 
Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. Notices and agendas are posted on Muni's website at 
http://www/sfmuni.com/cac . 

For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail to Administrator, Sunshine Ordinance Task 
Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 409, San Francisco, CA 94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax 
(415) 554-7854 or by email at Donna Hall@ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested in obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms. Hall or by printing 
Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code on the Internet at http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/bdsupvrs/sunshine.htm . 

Lobbyist Ordinance 

Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative action may be required 
by the San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code, Section 2.100, to register and report lobbying 
activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, contact the Ethics Commission at 30 Van Ness Avenue, 
Suite 3900, San Francisco, CA 94102, telephone (415) 581-2300, fax (415) 581-2317, or visit their website at 
htto://www.ci.sf.ca.us/ethics/ . 



Citizens' Advisory Council 

AGENDA 

Saturday, April 27, 2002 at 9:00am 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

1 . Call to Order/Roll Call 9:00AM 

2. Board bus in front of 401 Van Ness 9:05 AM 

3. Begin Muni Tour as scheduled below: 

9:15 AM Tour of Cable Car Operations Division and The Cable Car Shop 

9:45 AM Coach leaves Cable Car for 700 Pennsylvania Facility 

10:00 AM Tour of 700 Pennsylvania Facility 

10:35 AM Tour of Woods Division and Maintenance Facility 

1 1 :00 AM Coach leaves Woods to drive by Metro East site, Marin Road Call Division 
and the proposed Islias Creek site. 

1 1 :20 AM Tour of Central Control 

1 1 :45 AM Coach leaves for Metro Division and Maintenance Facility. The Muni Rail 
Roadeo is also scheduled for this date and the CAC is invited for lunch and to 
observe the competing teams. 

12:50 PM Tour is concluded and the coach leaves for 401 Van Ness arrival expected at 
401 is 1:00PM 

4. Public Comment 

5. Adjournment at 40 1 Van Ness 1 :00PM 


















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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council 
City & County of San Francisco 



JMotice of Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, l^ay 2, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



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Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees: 



Service Design and Marketing 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



DOCUMENTS DEPT 
APR 2 9 %:: 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, between McAllister 
and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd 
floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni bus line nearest the meeting location is the 47 Van Ness. The closest MUNI Metro 
stop is the Van Ness Muni Station, where one can transfer to a 47 Van Ness bus. For more information about Muni 
accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack is located 
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between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycle racks in view of a parking attendant. 

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Municipal Transportation Agency 
Citizens' Advisory Council 

AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 
Thursday, May 2, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 

2. Review and adopt minutes: (ACTION ITEM) (Attachments) 

a. Minutes of March 7, 2002 

b. Minutes of April 4, 2002 

3. Public Comment 

4. Report of the Chair (ACTION ITEM) 

a. Report to the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Board 

b. Resolution on Castro Area Planning and Action (CAPA) Seventeenth Street Plaza 

5. Staff Report (Paul Czechowicz) 

6. Presentations (DISCUSSION/INFORMATION ITEM) 

a. Alternative Fuel Pilot Program presented by £f5ra Procacci (Senior Policy Analyst, 
Capital Planning and Legislative Affairs Division) 



5:30 
5:35 

5:40 
5:45 

5:50 

6:00 



b. Station Operations presented by Ray Favetti (Senior Operations Manager, 
Infrastructure Maintenance) and Alice Fialkin (Superintendent, Station Operations) 6:20 

c. Third Street Outreach Program presented by Vincent Harris (Deputy General 
Manager, Construction Division) and Dennis Tsai, (Program Manager, Third Street 
Construction Project, Construction Division) 6:35 

7. Service Reliability and Quality Committee Motions of March 25, 2002: (ACTION ITEMS) 6:45 

a. RECOMMEND THAT A TRAFFIC CHECK (PASSENGER COUNT) 
AND REVIEW OF THE 30 STOCKTON EXPRESS PM SCHEDULE 
BE CONDUCTED, AND HEADWAY ADJUSTMENTS MADE 
ACCORDINGLY. 

b. RECOMMEND THAT THE OPERATIONS MANUAL SECTION/OR A 
SEPARATE LIST OF VEHICLES SUBJECT TO REASSIGNMENT IN 
THE EVENT OF SHORTAGE IN REVENUE VEHICLES EXISTS BE 
UPDATED AND KEPT UP-TO-DATE ON AN ONGOING BASIS. 

8. N-Judah Line Breda LRVs Unacceptable Noise and Vibration Levels As The Vehicles 
Traverse The Tunnel and Travel Along The Carl Street Corridor (ACTION ITEM) 6:50 

9. Proposed CAC Recommendation Regarding Filling Vacancies Within The Muni 
Organization (ACTION TTEM) 7:00 

10. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests (ACTION TTEM) 7:05 



11. Council Members' Questions and Comments (ACTION ITEM) 7:10 

12. Committee Reports (ACTION ITEMS) 7:15 

a. Safety, Training and Accessibility (STAC) 

Next regular meeting May 9, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:00 PM 
Pending Item: Evacuation Drill 

. b. Finance and Administration (FAC) 

Next regular meeting May 14, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) Impact of BART Settlement on Muni Labor Costs 

(b) Municipal Railway Improvement Fund (MIF) 

(c) San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Corporation (SFMRIC) 

(d) Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF) 

(e) Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU)/Labor Negotiations Follow-up 

(f) Finance & Administration Impact of DPT-MTA Merger 

d. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Next regular meeting May 16, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) Facilities Management Plan 

(!) Infrastructure and Project Relationships Between Muni, CalTrains, 
and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) 

(b) Compressed Natural Gas 

e. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) 

Next meeting May 20, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 

(1) Pending Items: 

(a) CAC Recommendation of April 4, 2002 : 

That A Special Public Outreach Staff Be Created Within Muni To 
Routinely Conduct Public Meetings In The Community Addressing 
Construction Projects Planned Or Occurring In The Community 

(c) Website (Community & Public Relations) 

(d) Data Collections (Schedules) 

(e) Clarification On Time Table Book 

(f) Update On The Schedule System 

f. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 

Next meeting May 27, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) Service Standards Methodology 

(b) Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Service Planning 

(c) Proof of Payment (POP) Presentation 

(d) Station Operations 

(e) Bus Cleaning 

(f) Muni Inspectors 

(g) Van Ness Exclusive Lanes 
(h) Ridership Increases 



13. Citizen's Advisory Council (CAC) 

Next regular meeting June 6, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 
a. Pending items: 

(1) Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) and Capital Improvement Program 
(CIP) Projects Presentation 

(2) Service Standards Methodology 

14. Adjournment 7:30 



Citizens' Advisory Council 
Municipal Transportation Agency 

^MINUTES 

Thursday, J^lay 2, 2002, 5:30 p.m. 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



1. Call to Order/Roll Call : 

The mooting w a s c a ll e d to order at 5:30 p . m . 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
MAR 2 2003 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



a. Members Present : Linton Stables (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), 

Sue Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Daniel Murphy, 
Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver 
Tom Wetzel 

b. Members Absent : Art Cimento, Ellen Hayes 

c. Staff Present : Paul Czechowicz, CAC Liaison 

Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 

Alice Fialkin, Superintendent, Station Operations 

Ray Favetti, Senior Operations Manger, Infrastructure 

Maintenance 
Sara Procacci (Senior Policy Analyst, Capital Planning and 

Legislative Affairs Division 
Michael Chinn (Senior Operations Manager, Engineering and 

Fleet Engineering) 
Marty Mellera (Engineer, Fleet Engineering) 
Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Public Transit 

Planning) 
Vincent Harris (Deputy General Manager, Construction 

Division) 
Dennis Tsai, (Program Manager, Third Street Construction 

Project, Construction Division) 

2. Review and Adopt Minutes. 

a. The minutes from the regular meeting of March 7, 2002 were adopted with an 
amendment to paragraph 6f(l)(b) changing the word "curb" to "curve". 

b. The minutes from the regular meeting of April 4, 2002 were adopted with no 
changes. 

3. Public Comment. No public comments. 

4. Report of the Chair. The Chair began by thanking Paul Czechowicz (CAC Liaison) for 
organizing the Council's April 27, 2002 tour of Muni facilities and for the opportunity to 
travel onboard one of Muni's Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses. Linton Stables stated 



that the tour was most educational and entertaining. The Chair also stated thank you 
letters were sent to Muni employees who provided informative briefings and escorted 
Council members throughout the various facilities locations. 

a. Report to the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Board. The Chair 
indicated that he did attend the April 22, 2002 MTA Board meeting and reported all the 
Council's actions. There were no questions from the Board. 

b. Resolution on Castro Area Planning and Action (CAPA) Seventeenth Street 
Plaza. The Chair pointed out that a flyer had been provided under agenda item 4b 
regarding the Seventeenth Street Plaza proposal. Mr. Stables indicated that the 
Seventeenth Street Plaza proposal had been mentioned during the Council's April 4 th 
meeting and that David Pilpel suggested that the Council might want to consider taking a 
position on the proposal. The Chair called for a motion on the CAPA Seventeenth Street 
Plaza proposal, however, agenda item 4b was deferred until after agenda items 6a, 6b, and 
6c presentations, which would allow Council members the opportunity to review the flyer. 

Proposed Joint Meeting between the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) 
Citizen's Advisory Council and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority 
(SFCTA) Citizen's Advisory Council. The Chair indicated that although this item was not 
identified as an agenda item under the Report of the Chair, the SFCTA has requested a joint 
meeting. The purpose of the meeting is for introduction of both Councils members, and it is 
suggested that the MTA CAC consider the Third Street Light Rail Project and Budget 
Modifications being proposed concerning the project. Daniel Weaver moved the following: 

MOTION: That a joint meeting of the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) 
Citizen's Advisory Council and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority 
(SFCTA) Citizen's Advisory Council be scheduled. The motion was seconded by 
Sue Cauthen and passed unanimously. 

The Chair indicated he would arrange for a special meeting of the MTA CAC and the SFCTA 
CAC, and that meeting would be scheduled on a day that is not a regular meeting date of 
either council. 

MTA and DPT Merger Task Force. The Chair reported that there was no meeting of the 
MTA and DPT Merger Task Force during April. 

Nia Crowder commented that an audience member attending the District 2 Budget meeting 
expressed interest in the merger between Muni and DPT regarding cost savings and 
infrastructure consolidation. Ms. Crowder indicated she volunteered information that the 
Chair of the MTA CAC was a member of the task force. The Chair indicated he could make 
an inquiry regarding District 2's interest in the merger as to infrastructure consolidation cost 
savings. 

The Chair announced that on the May 7 th MTA Board agenda an item concerning the DPT 
budget would be on the agenda. The Chair commented that the MTA Board currently has 
no authority to pass the DPT budget; so the Board's approach may be to make a statement 
indicating that the DPT budget is proportional to MTA goals and objectives. 

Joan Downey asked would it be an asset having a MTA CAC Pedestrian Advisory 
Committee? The Chair responded that the Council should set aside some time to discuss 



this topic. Mr. Stables commented that possibly the idea of a MTA CAC Pedestrian Advisory 
Committee could be established or pedestrian interest could be considered under the 
purview of an established MTA CAC Committee. David Pilpel indicated that there is an 
existing pedestrian safety task force, however, it may be under conversion into a more 
formal body. Mr. Pilpel indicated that there is currently legislation introduced at the Board 
of Supervisors' level on the subject of a Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Mr. Pilpel 
suggested that perhaps by the next MTA CAC meeting, someone could research the status 
of this legislation. Mr. Pilpel suggested as a possible agenda item, given the circumstances 
of the DPT merger, the MTA CAC should consider discussing the Council's mission, future 
recommendations and plans relating to DPT issues. 

Dorris Vincent asked concerning establishing bicycle lanes in the Bayview area, is there a 
coalition involved with the cyclist concerns? Norman Rolfe responded that there is a Bicycle 
Advisory Committee, under the jurisdiction of the Department of Parking and Traffic, and 
the Council should coordinate with the Bicycle Advisory Committee. 

5. Staff Report. Mr. Czechowicz indicated that the Staff Report was distributed in each 
Committee members' package. Mr. Czechowicz indicated that the Special Events Calendar 
and the Calendar of Awards and Special Events were two additional items included in the 
report. 

The Chair directed, per a request by Alice Fialkin (Superintendent, Station Operations), the 
order of presentation regarding Agenda Item 6 would be changed and agenda item 6b 
would be presented first. 

6b. Station Operations. Ms. Fialkin began the presentation outlining the Station Agents' 
scope of responsibility and management of station facilities, including station operations and 
maintenance notification procedures. Ms. Fialkin summarize the effects the planned 
implementation of the Proof of Payment policy would have on Station Agents' duties, 
guiding the Agents' duties more towards customer services which should allow the Agents 
to become more responsive to improving customer relations. Also, Ms. Fialkin commented 
on the Ambassador Program and planned training programs addressing Station Agents' 
increasing individual personal relation skills in their dealings with the public. 

During a discussion concerning station closing times, Mr. Daniel Murphy indicated that he 
has experienced approximately six occurrences in the past three years when the external 
gates at the Van Ness Station were secured well before the posted closing time. Ms. Fialkin 
expounded on the reasons and procedures concerning station closures, i.e., Station Agent 
assignments and responsibilities, sweeper train pick-up policy, security and safety issues, 
etc. Mr. Murphy indicated that his concern is that all the entrances to the station should not 
be closed before the posted closing time. Mr. Murphy suggested that if Station Agents must 
begin early closure of stations due to operational and staffing necessity, all but one 
entrance to the station could be closed before the designated closing time and appropriate 
signage placed at every closed entrance identifying the entrance that remains open. Mr. 
Murphy commented that whatever the closing time, it should be clearly posted and 
consistently enforced. Ms. Fialkin agreed with Mr. Murphy's suggestion. 

Mr. Pilpel suggested following this meeting that Ms. Fialkin review the issue regarding the 
early night-time closing of stations, specifically at the Van Ness location, and perhaps send 
the MTA CAC a memorandum through Mr. Czechowicz addressing steps taken that would 



preclude early closures of all entrances of any station and that signage be posted at 
entrances that are secured before designated station closing time. 

Ms. Fialkin stated that a meeting occurred with Lisa Mancini (Chief Operating Officer) to 
discuss earlier closure of stations and the idea is in fact being considered. 

Mr. Pilpel indicated that no response has been received to one of the MTA CAC's budget 
recommendations to cut back slightly the last in-service train time to operate between 
12:20am and 12:40am. 

Following a discussion on Station Agent staffing levels, and the staffing of primary and 
secondary Station Agents' Booths, Mr. Pilpel indicated that the Council should consider 
discussing Station Agent staffing levels in Committee. 

Mr. Pilpel expressed his concerns regarding the stations' appearance, especially clutter in 
the station agents' booths and outdated signage that is often ambiguous and inconsistent 
posted on the Station Agents' booths. Ms. Fialkin indicated that the opening agents and 
closing agents are responsible for walking through the facility; conducting checks of 
equipment and ensuring the stations are in order. Ms. Fialkin indicated that once the 
stations are opened the agents are limited in leaving the station agents' booth due to fare 
monitoring requirements. However, the Signage Committee is addressing the issues 
regarding signage clutter and is in the process of obtaining kiosks for posting of information. 
Ms Fialkin stated in terms of station cleanliness, since September 11 th , for security reasons, 
all waste receptacles have been removed from the platforms and this is a major issue. 
Patrons have no place to dispose of their trash, so it is simply tossed aside. 

Mr. Pilpel indicated that he was interested in receiving more information on the signage 
issue and asked that additional information be provided to the Council. 

Following Ms. Vincent's withdrawal of her question regarding damage to station facilities by 
the homeless, the Chair indicated that this issue should be discussed in Committee . 

Mr. Weaver asked, regarding the areas of the station that aren't staffed, if there is video 
camera surveillance and if anyone reviews the surveillance tapes? Ms. Fialkin responded 
that cameras have been discussed and it was decided a couple years ago that they would 
be supplied, however, there isn't sufficient funds available for purchasing cameras. Ms. 
Fialkin added that there are no cameras that monitor the stations' paid areas, but the 
primary station booths are equipped with stairs and partial platform monitors. 

The Chair then recognized Ray Favetti (Senior Operations Manager, Infrastructure 
Maintenance) who stated that there is a plan to incorporate cameras as a security measure 
and funding for camera equipment is being pursued. Mr. Favetti gave an overview of 
infrastructure maintenance of the four departments (Motor Power, Overhead Lines, 
Custodial, and Buildings and Grounds) encompassing the Infrastructure Maintenance 
Division. 

Bruce Oka expressed the concerns of paratransit patrons for improved security measures 
and the need for Station Agents' assistance for wheelchair patrons requiring access to the 
subway system. 



Ms. Downey expressed concern regarding Muni maintenance service vehicles parking on the 
sidewalk on Carl Street when replacing the street poles that support the trolley bus electrical 
lines. Ms Downey suggested that when maintenance personnel are required to replace the 
street poles that support the trolley buses electrical lines, parking restriction permits should 
be obtained from DPT and posted at the worksite well before work commences. This would 
preclude heavy service vehicles having to park on the sidewalks, causing damage to the 
sidewalks, and private motorist parking on the streets would not hamper trolley buses 
electrical lines street pole replacements. Also, trolley bus electrical lines pole replacement 
should be coordinated at a time in which street cleaning is not scheduled. Ms. Downey 
further stated that when work has been completed, maintenance crews are not cleaning the 
area and do not promptly leave. Mr. Favetti indicated that the service vehicles should not 
be parking on the sidewalks and he would investigate the problems. Mr. Favetti 
acknowledged that there are 10,000 poles in the city of which 2,000 poles are critically in 
need of being replaced. The maintenance crews are doing an exceptional job in replacing 
the poles, however, possibly in the urgency to complete the work, some crews may be 
shortcutting procedures. Mr. Favetti confirmed that he would address this issue with the 
work crews and Ms. Downey could contact him directly at 554-9200 should this problem 
continue. Ms. Downey requested that Mr. Favetti report back to the Council when 
procedures are being changed as to how pole replacements are being performed by the 
maintenance crews. Mr. Favetti agreed. 

Mr. Weaver indicated that the platforms along Ocean Avenue often have different kinds of 
damage such as graffiti, etching, etc. Mr. Favetti responded that for maintenance repairs to 
the platforms themselves contact him by phone and he will ensure work crews are 
dispatched. Mr. Favetti commented that work crews are constantly traversing the city, 
identifying and repairing damages properties, and scheduling repairs, accordingly. As for 
repairs to the booths, Mr. Favetti suggested Mr. Weaver contact the Outdoor Systems 
Hotline at 882-4949. Ms. Cauthen pointed out that one of the booths on the right by the 
bridge just outside the Kirkland Yard on the diagonal with the Northpoint Center is both 
etched and graffitied, causing quite an eyesore. Mr. Favetti stated he would contact 
Outdoor Systems to effect repairs to that specific booth. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that the reasons he had requested Mr. Favetti address the Council 
was for discussion of station lighting and lighting improvement measures being effected. 
Mr. Pilpel voiced his interest in the lighting program at Van Ness Station and at other Muni 
Stations. Mr. Favetti stated that over the years there are several projects concerning 
lighting improvements. Muni has obtained two grants from the Bureau of Lighting and 
Power, which has funded lighting projects. Lighting improvements have been completed at 
the Embarcadero and Van Ness Stations with noticeable improvements. Currently an 
upgrade to a more efficient lighting and energy-efficient system is being done by retrofitting 
the tunnels' emergency lighting, extending the life of the battery backups in the stations, 
and installing more state-of-the-art ballast and florescent lighting tubes. Muni has received 
funding from Light, Heat and Power but significant time is involved before funds are 
released supporting lighting projects. Mr. Pilpel indicated that the lighting at Montgomery 
and Powell Street Stations, especially the platform areas, has historically been dark and the 
stations have been in need of painting. Mr. Pilpel commented that lighting conditions have 
improved but better lighting is needed. Mr. Pilpel voiced his concern regarding patrons' 
safety and security late at night. Mr. Favetti agreed that a major cleaning and repainting is 
needed at both locations. Mr. Pilpel suggested as a part of the regular operational budget 
expense with existing staff, Muni should initiate a routine lighting replacement program 
promptly replacing any non-operating lighting not only at the Montgomery and Powell Street 



Stations, but also throughout the system. Mr. Pilpel also suggested the rapid development 
or advancement of the project to clean the overheads and paint both the Montgomery and 
Powell Street Stations. Mr. Favetti responded that the stations were designed with a 
specific type of indirect lighting. Funds have are being provided through Proposition E funds 
and Muni is in contact with BART hoping to utilized their contractors to clean the carbon 
dust from the stations overhead diffusers and lighting cans. Mr. Favetti stated he would 
keep Mr. Pilpel informed regarding the maintenance upkeep of these two stations. 

6a. Alternative Fuel Pilot Program. Sara Procacci (Senior Policy Analyst, Capital 
Planning and Legislative Affairs Division) began the presentation by introducing herself, 
Marty Mellera (Engineer, Fleet Engineering), Michael Chinn (Senior Operations Manager, 
Engineering and Fleet Engineering), and Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Public 
Transit Planning). Ms. Procacci commented on Muni's compliance with what was referred to 
as the "Eleven Point Agreement" made between Muni and the San Francisco Transportation 
Authority (SFTA) of March 2001 when Muni was exercising an option to purchase 95 new 
clean diesel coaches. 

Mr. Cisneros continued the presentation stating that Muni is currently midway into the 
follow-up process of the agreement and the reason for the presentation is to inform the 
Council as to Muni's current position in the process. Mr. Cisneros explained that the Muni's 
Clean Air Initiatives document before the Council is in a draft form that is continuing to be 
revised. An agreement with the SFTA on a number of points was reached which included 
testing on alternative fuel vehicles. Mr. Cisneros discussed each of the 11 points as follow: 

Point One. The first point of the agreement allowed for the purchase of the 95 new 
clean diesel buses. The contract for the new buses has been executed and receipt of those 
buses is underway. 

Point Two. The agreement's second point allows for the actual alternative fuels study, 
which has involved the Engineering Team. Conclusions by the University of California, Davis 
(UC Davis), the outside authority, are being used as the first phase of the alternative fuels 
study. Mr. Cisneros briefly characterized the results of the first phase of the study indicate 
the technologies being considered, which includes Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Electric 
Diesel Hybrid buses, as well as clean diesel buses with particulate traps and low sulfur fuels, 
are performing as expected, and are in alignment with the result of testing as performed by 
the California Resources Board and the City of New York. Mr. Cisneros reiterated that the 
results of the first phase of the test indicate that the technologies are proving to be viable, 
and that testing procedures are proving to be workable and seemingly accurate. In that all 
other testing protocols of the technologies being considered have been conducted on flat 
roadways, using the knowledge gained from the first phase of the alternative fuels study, a 
testing protocol was designed and is being tested that relates to the topography of San 
Francisco, simulating the hill and grade conditions of the city's streets. Mr. Cisneros 
commented that first phase of the Alternative Fuels Pilot Program (AFPP) is completed. 
Looking forward to the execution and evaluation of the second phase of the study, Mr. 
Cisneros expressed his anticipated pleasure in working with the UC Davis staff in obtaining 
specific data during the second phase of the study on the technologies being considered in 
the San Francisco environment. 

Point Three. In preparation for making a procurement decisions, the third point requires 
the availability of specifications for CNG and hybrid coaches. When testing is ready to steer 
a decision, the specifications will be available to actually take action on a procurement 



decision in whatever direction the results may direct. Specifications development has been 
completed for CNG and hybrid buses and is undergoing internal review. 

Point Four. Acquiring a minimum of fifteen (15) CNG buses are still being evaluated and 
study results are being reviewed to guide Muni in making a procurement decision. 

Point Five. Also being assessed is replacing the thirty-foot Orions at Islais Creek as 
another set of vehicles that would be used-perhaps replaced-with these alternative fuels 
technologies. 

In response to questions raised by Mr. Weaver concerning Point Four's status and Ms. 
Cauthern's concern about Point Two's status that indicated conditions have not been met 
and results are inconclusive, respectively, Mr. Cisneros repeated that Phase One testing 
results indicate the technologies being considered in general are viable and results are in 
alignment with previous testing by other entities. Phase Two testing will specifically 
evaluate technologies performance on the type of terrain that exists in the San Francisco 
environment. 

Point Six. Design fueling and maintenance facilities at Islais Creek and retrofit Woods 
Divisions. Mr. Cisneros stated that plans are being developed addressing the redesign and a 
feasibility study is currently underway. Initial estimates on cost have been received and are 
being reviewed. 

Point Seven. Develop an electric trolley coach expansion plan. Mr. Cisneros stated that 
the expansion draft plan is complete and is a part of the vision plan which require the 
review of some lines of the electric trolley for expansion services. Mr. Cisneros commented 
that when completed, the 3 rd Street Light Rail Project would be an electrical service 
replacing buses. 

Point Eight addresses participation in a fuel-cell program. Mr. Cisneros indicated that 
fuel-cell technology is whafs being considered the next generation of alternative fuels for 
low emission or no emission technology. The fuel-cell technology is early in its development 
and there are no fuel-cell bus vehicles available today. But there are some prototypes and 
designs that have begun testing. The agreement states that Muni will participate in those 
tests; however, this does not mean that Muni will actually run test vehicles on San Francisco 
streets. Muni may participate in designing test in another city and review results. 

Point Nine. As authorized new buses are received, buses would be deployed in 
neighborhoods that are already affected by more environmental pollution than others. 
Newest buses were assigned to routes in Bayview, Hunters Point, and Potrero Hill. CNG and 
hybrids will be used on pilot "Bayview Special" lines. 

Point Ten. Incorporates the health needs in Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhoods into 
transportation planning. A new service is being initiated, the Bayview Special, which is a 
feeder service to the neighborhood, and more information will be provided later this month. 

Point Eleven. Install the particulate matter traps and convert to Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel 
(ULSD) fuels by January 2003 for new buses being received. Muni's Fleet Engineering 
section is in the process of performing the installations and conversions. Mr. Cisneros 
indicated that there is a California Air Resources Board regulation that requires the installing 
of particulate matter traps and converting to ULSD fuels. According to the Eleven Point 



Agreement and Muni's plans, the schedule for the installations and conversions has been 
advanced. Due to Muni's desire to continue this project at this time, hindrances have been 
in receiving funding. Funding agencies state that there is no requirement at this time to 
perform installations and conversions. 

Having reviewed each eleven points, Mr. Cisneros explained that a number of interested 
parties have expressed interest in the testing process, which included the San Francisco 
Department of the Environment, and a number of environmental groups formally and 
presently involved that constitute the makeup of Oversight Committee. Muni has met with 
the Oversight Committee, and the Committee is in the process of reviewing the Eleven-Point 
Agreement. Mr. Cisneros stated that there is another meeting scheduled on May 6 th with 
the Oversight Committee and the process has been very open and involvement has included 
many more parties than just Muni and the UC Davis experts assisting in the survey. 

Dorris Vincent expressed her concerns regarding the redesign at Islais Creek to include a 
fuel facility. Ms. Vincent indicated that the [Redevelopment] Project Area Committee (PAC), 
which was elected under the Redevelopment Plan, has an established concept plan for the 
area. Ms Vincent further affirmed that any other agency planning development in the 
Bayview/Hunters Point area is to present their plan to the PAC for review regarding 
compliance with the PAC's established concept plan. Mr. Cisneros stated that there is no 
plan; it is still being drawn up. Mr. Cisneros thanked Ms. Vincent for her comment and 
stated that when there is a plan it would be brought to the PAC. 

Ms. Cauthen expressed her interest in the Oversight Committee; in knowing who are the 
members, how appointments to the committee were made and where and when are 
meetings held. Mr. Cisneros indicated that there are no regular meetings of the Oversight 
Committee. Ms. Procacci explained that the committee is an ad hoc committee and she 
listed the Department of Environment, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (which 
has membership from time-to-time), Our Children's Earth (a non-profit environmental 
organization), Union of Concerned Scientists, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), the National 
Resources Defense Council, and the American Lung Association as participating groups. Ms. 
Procacci elucidated that these are the groups that advocated for CNG about a year and a 
half ago when CARB asked Muni to choose between diesei and alternative fuels. Ms. 
Procacci referred Council members to Appendix A of the draft Eleven Point Agreement, 
which listed the composition of the Oversight Committee and that the Islais Creek facility 
would be one of the facilities that would accommodate CNG technology should CNG 
technology be selected. 

Mr. Pilpel requested that information be provided listing the composition of the Oversight 
Committee by group and named members. Mr. Cisneros indicated that the requested 
information would be provided. 

Mr. Pilpel also requested a map showing the Islais Creek project area boundaries and site. 

Mr. Weaver asked if the conditions outlined in Point Eleven have been met by the buses 
recently purchased under Point One. Mr. Cisneros indicated that the conditions have been 
met. Mr. Chinn added that the plan, pending funding, is to retrofit all the diesei buses. The 
ULSD conversion has been made and trap installation will occur as soon as funding is 
available which is rigorously being sought 



Norman Rolfe asked about Muni's plans regarding cooperation with Bay Area transit 
agencies regarding the fuel-cell program and if prototypes are being tested. Mr. Mellera 
responded that AC Transit and VTA in Santa Clara were prepared to go ahead with a fuel- 
cell pilot program last year as required by CARB. VTA and SamTrans, and AC Transit and 
Golden Gate, respectively, planned partnerships to conduct joint fuel-cell programs. 
Attempts were made to purchase fuel-cell buses at that time but the state of the industry 
could not support the program in that the buses were simply not available. However, since 
then, AC Transit has been able to order three fuel-cell buses and is expecting delivery by 
next year. On the forefront of alternative fuels, Sunline Transit near Palms Springs, which is 
not required to conduct a pilot program, will receive a fuel-cell bus and will be conducting 
its own pilot program. The manufacturer of fuel-cell buses is not a normal transit bus 
supplier. Mr. Mellera indicated that AC Transit has had access to three or four prototypes. 
The prototypes are currently not in service. These prototypes are specialty vehicles that 
supply their own fueling rigs and are being used simply for demonstration. 

Ms. Procacci commented that Supervisor Sandaval requested that certain members be put 
onto the IOC. 

Mr. Murphy expressed his dissatisfaction with the composition of the Oversight Committee, 
which consist solely of groups that are advocates for CNG. Mr. Murphy further expressed 
that there is no representation of any organization, such as Rescue Muni, that opposed the 
purchase of any CNG buses and favored the diesel bus purchase. It appears the Oversight 
Committee is comprised of groups with a one-sided view and that is very troubling. Mr. 
Murphy stated that opposition to purchase any CNG buses is the unanimous position of the 
MTA CAC. Mr. Murphy added that the riders in New York City have created a white paper 
asking that CNG be ended in New York City and that Vancouver is backing out of their CNG 
program. Mr. Murphy is of the opinion that the CNG buses are wildly unreliable and 
frequently break down. Mr. Murphy pointed out on page 9 of the Muni Clean Air Initiative 
State Report, Point One, that reads, "During their initial 6 months in operations, the PM 
filter buses (that's diesel) were four (4) times more reliable that CNG buses, and 10 times 
more reliable than the hybrids." Mr. Murphy indicated that this should be proof-positive that 
it would be irresponsible to purchase buses that are four (4) times less reliable or even 10 
times less reliable that the existing diesels. Mr. Murphy indicated that the report is sending 
two different messages. One message is everything is fine with the CNG buses and Muni is 
on the verge of approving the technology and second is that the results are poor. 

Mr. Cisneros responded that basically throughout the entire report, the main conclusion is 
that not enough information is currently available to make a procurement decision. Being 
forthright on what we have learned, the results have been very mixed. The Phase One 
results tell us that more testing is necessary before a procurement decision is made. The 
draft report does not contain the opinion that Muni is anywhere near knowing enough to 
make a procurement decision. This is Muni's stance concerning the results to date. 

Tom Wetzel commented that fuel-cell technologies are far cleaner than CNG and clean 
diesel buses technologies. Mr. Wetzel suggested that Muni track the agencies that are 
experimenting with fuel-cell buses even though fuel-cell technologies are still being 
developed and fuel-cell technology is quite possible as an alternative fuel choice in the near 
future. 



Ms. Downey suggested that Rescue Muni should be a member of the Oversight Committee 
and possibly if any Council member is interested in the Oversight Committee he or she 
should become a member. 

In response to Mr. Pilpel's question concerning what authority the Oversight Committee has 
in regards to the Alternative Fuels Pilot Program, Mr. Cisneros responded that the Oversight 
Committee has the opportunity to comment on the report but has no authority to purchase 
buses. 

Bruce Oka expressed his agreement with Mr. Murphy regarding the questionable reliability 
of CNG technologies as well as funding concerns. 

Mr. Pilpel questioned the funding of the study, if vehicle procurement is being deferred, and 
if mainten ance cost s are increasing due to the necessity to maintain older buses white 
awaiting conclusion of the study. Mr. Chinn stated that the exercise of performing the 
alternative fuels testing is grant funded and does not affect operating funds. Muni's Short 
Range Transit Plan (SRTP) is in concert with the acquisition of the 95 new clean diesel 
buses and anticipates future procurements associated with the completion of the study by 
July 2003, and associated recommendations within Muni. 

Mr. Pilpel summarized the presentation by questioning the process continuing for another 
year, that a recommendation will be made subject to the review in the political process, 
including the MTA CAC, as to how to proceed and that the report discussed is simply an 
interim status report on the project. Mr. Cisneros responded that the status report will be 
reviewed and will be considered in the political process. Mr. Cisneros indicated that what 
has been presented is a status report on the technical results of Phase One testing and no 
procurement recommendations are being made at this time. Muni is recommending that 
testing continue through July 2003. 

Nia Crowder commented that the start of the political process would be the presentation of 
the preliminary cost and infrastructure report of the CNG Bus Pilot Program to the Transit 
Authority (TA) and to the Board of Supervisors Transportation and Commerce Committee, 
respectively. The MTA CAC Engineering and Maintenance Committee requested from Lara 
Spanjian (Special Assistant to the General Manager) a copy of the preliminary infrastructure 
cost report. 

In review, Mr. Cisneros stated that comments and changes are anticipated regarding the 
Muni's draft Clean Air Initiatives Status Report - Eleven-Point Agreement of TA Resolution 
01-08. The schedule for presentation of the Phase One results as contained in the status 
report has now been presented to the MTA CAC. Pending no schedule changes, the status 
report will be presented for information to the MTA Board on May 21 st , to the Transportation 
Authority Citizen's Advisory Committee on May 22 nd , and on May 23 rd the draft status report 
will be presented to the Board of Supervisors' Transportation Subcommittee where this topic 
has been specifically asked to be reviewed by Supervisor Sandoval. The next opportunity 
for the status report to be before the Transportation Authority would be on June 10 th at its 
Plans and Programs Committee and a week later at the Transportation Authority Board 
meeting on June 17 th . 

Ms. Downey questioned Appendix B, the Conclusion section of the draft the study, asking if 
this section contained Muni data and why is there no reference to PM filter buses being four 
(4) times more reliable than the other buses? Ms. Procacci explained that Appendix B is 



only the UC Davis portion of the overall testing and UC Davis was not contracted to do 
performance testing. Fleet Engineering conducted all the testing for performance and the 
emissions were conducted in a laboratory. Ms. Downey continued to voice her concern that 
the study will probably be presented to people who may not be reading any detail and the 
conclusions never show that the diesel buses are much more reliable that the other buses. 

Mr. Cisneros reiterated that UC Davis was only contracted to review emissions and Muni 
needs to address the reliability aspect in another part of the report. Currently information 
concerning reliability is coming from multiple areas. Mr. Chinn explained that testing runs 
that have been made have come from the Kirkland facility. Very soon these vehicles will be 
moved to Woods Division and continue to run on different lines throughout San Francisco 
just to fully bring out both technologies, as well as the baseline diesel which are NABies, 
with and without the PM traps. Pending the conclusion of the Woods Division test runs, 
Flppt Fnginppring will he hpttpr ahle to rppnrt rpliahility. Tn addition tn rpliahiliry, run timpq 
are being reviewed and there are acceleration differences between the different modes. 
Fleet Engineering is reviewing end-to-end times for the different runs. Basically, Fleet 
Engineering is attempting to perform as comprehensive an evaluation of these vehicles as 
possible. Mr. Chinn further stated that Ms. Downey's point is well taken and Muni may need 
to more carefully review the way the report is constructed. 

Mr. Rolfe asked if any modifications to the engine are required to burn the ULSD fuels? Mr. 
Chinn responded that no modification is required-the engines run well on low sulfur fuel. 

Mr. Murphy referenced a finding that the CNG buses performed poorly on hills and asked if 
this finding was in reference to reliability or acceleration. Mr. Chinn responded that it was in 
reference to acceleration. 

The Chair indicated that the MTA CAC's Engineering and Maintenance Committee is 
monitoring the process for the Council. 

Mr. Pilpel suggested that the MTA CAC Engineering and Maintenance Committee review the 
project and possibly submit a recommendation to the Council for consideration. Ms. 
Crowder responded that the Committee is currently reviewing the issue and discussions are 
being held. Mr. Pilpel suggested a review of the Council's previous position and that the 
Council may wish to consider revising or reaffirming its policy position or make a 
recommendation considering the planned political process regarding the Eleven-Point 
Agreement. 

The Chair restated that MTA CAC agenda Item 6a has been referred to the Council's 
Engineering and Maintenance Committee and the Council will receive other report, if indeed 
the program does go forward. The Chair then thanked Mr. Cisneros, Mr. Chinn, Mr. Mellera 
and Ms Procacci. 

Ms. Procacci stated that the presentation the Council received was the same as a staff 
presentation to the General Manager that was given a couple of weeks ago and the General 
Manager was of the opinion that Muni is not at the point of making a decision. 

Mr. Pilpel continued by referencing Points Seven and Ten of the draft status report asking 
who's the staff person on both those issues? Ms. Procacci answered the trolley coach 
expansion plan (Point Seven) is being headed by Duncan Watry and the Bayview Special 



(Point Ten) is under Operations. Marc Caposino (Special Assistant Planning and Marketing) 
and Lara Spanjian are handling the marketing of the Bayview Special. 

Ms. Vincent asked about the route of the Bayview Special. Ms Procacci explained that the 
Bayview Special is a six-month pilot project that has been proposed that will depart from 
Third and Palou to Potrero Center, San Francisco General Hospital and to the Wednesday 
Civic Center Farmer's Market. 

Mr. Pilpel stated that this is the first the Council has received information on the Bayview 
Special and more information is needed. Ms. Vincent indicated that she is a resident of the 
neighborhood and this is her first time having received information regarding the Bayview 
Special. Mr. Pilpel suggested that Duncan Watry should be contacted to schedule a 
presentation on the service expansion. 

The Chair directed that the Council focus on Agenda Item 7a while the presentation for item 
6c was set up. 

Motion: RECOMMEND THAT A TRAFFIC CHECK (PASSENGER COUNT) AND 
REVIEW OF THE 30 STOCKTON EXPRESS PM SCHEDULE BE 
CONDUCTED, AND HEADWAY ADJUSTMENTS MADE ACCORDINGLY. 

The Chair then called for discussion of Agenda Item 7a. 

Ms. Downey stated that, for background purposes, a customer had contacted her and 
indicated her displeasure with the 30 Stockton Express. The customer desires that a new 
traffic check be performed to determine if more service should be brought to the 30 
Express. During rush hours the customer indicated that there are hundreds of people 
waiting and that there are huge gaps in the service. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that the service is actually the 30 Marina Express and moved to 
amend the motion to reflect correction. 

Following discussions of the motion, Mr. Pilpel moved that Agenda Item 7a be re-referred to 
the Service Reliability and Quality Committee with directions to consult with Scheduling and 
report back. 

The Chair indicated that the amendment was a minor adjustment and called for a vote on 
the motion as restated. The motion under Agenda Item 7a unanimously passed. 

The Chair then called for discussion of the motion under Agenda Item 7b. 

Motion: RECOMMEND THAT THE OPERATIONS MANUAL SECTION/OR A 
SEPARATE LIST OF VEHICLES SUBJECT TO REASSIGNMENT IN THE 
EVENT OF SHORTAGE IN REVENUE VEHICLES EXISTS BE UPDATED AND 
KEPT UP-TO-DATE ON AN ONGOING BASIS. 

Mr. Pilpel provided background by stating that a list had been provided to Mr. Wetzel that 
was believed to have been a section from the Operations Manual or some document listing 
vehicles priority assignments that were inaccurate and included service lines that no longer 
exist. The purpose of the list is to identify revenue vehicles that could be reassigned should 



a shortage of revenue vehicles exist on certain service lines. Mr. Pilpel is of the opinion that 
a revenue vehicle priority list should be updated and kept up-to-date on an ongoing basis. 

The Chair then called for a vote on the motion. Agenda Item 7b unanimously passed. 

The Chair directed the Council's attention to the presentation under Agenda Item 6c. 

The Chair extended apologies to Vince Harris and Dennis Tsai and invited them to begin 
their presentation under Agenda Item 6c. 

6c. Third Street Outreach Program. Vincent Harris (Deputy General Manager, 
Construction Division) introduced Dennis Tsai, (Program Manager, Third Street Construction 
Project, Construction Division). Mr. Harris stated that the presentation was also given to 
Muni' s g overn i ng board on Apri l 16 th re g arding the construction outreach portion of the 
Third Street Project. The goal of the Outreach Program is to maximize employment and 
contracting opportunities along the Third Street corridors. The focus area for the Outreach 
Program includes communities along the Third Street corridor under zip codes 94134, 
94124, and 94107, which encompasses the Mission Bay, Bayview/Hunters Point, Central 
Water Front, Potrero Hill and Visitation Valley communities. The program includes three 
basic strategies - the Contractor Employment Recruitment and Training (CERT) Program 
which links potential job applicants with training providers, Community Voice Organizations 
(CVOs), trade unions, and other contractors and employers; the Small Enterprise 
Recruitment and Subcontracting (SERS) Program which promotes local subcontractors 
participation as well as provide assistance on DVE certification, and support on bidding, 
estimating, and lines of credit including financing and bonding for subcontractors; and the 
promotion of community outreach and participation along the corridor. The services of two 
existing consultants, the Allen Group and Business Development Incorporated (BDI), will 
assist in the implementation and execution of the project. The Allen Group is charged with 
coordinating the overall efforts of the outreach program, developing and managing the 
public outreach program during construction, producing newsletters, bulletins and fact 
sheets to inform the public, establishing liaison with local community merchants and 
residents, serving as a contact point for the local community, and managing the public 
outreach office which is to be located on Third Street. Individuals within the community 
may go directly to this office to have their questions and concerns addressed. BDI will 
implement the CERT Program by facilitating community based organizations (CBOs) 
coordination on referrals, interaction among contractors, CBOs and local trade unions; and 
monitor and report performance of the Outreach Program to Muni. BDI will also implement 
the SERS Program by facilitating interactions between local subcontractors and prime 
contractors, reporting on the program's progress to Muni as well. The CBOs have an 
important role in the Outreach Program. Seven CBOs have been identified which include 
Mission Hiring Hall to assisting with segment B of the Outreach Program (the Muni Metro 
East Maintenance Facility), Potrero Hill Neighborhood House with segment C (the Central 
Waterfront), Asian Neighborhood Design with segment H (the substations along the corridor 
providing power), Young Community Developers (YCD) with segments D and E, and also 
support the Muni Metro East Project); Visitation Valley Jobs Educations and Training 
(WJET) with segment F (Visitation Valley) which is a co-lead with Chinese for Affirmative 
Action, and New Directions to be available to assist with sections in the Bayview/Hunters 
Point community. Section J is a separate section regarding platform finishes and system- 
wide elements. Mr. Pilpel requested a one-page sheet that describes the segments. Mr. 
Harris agreed to provide one-page sheet listing describing segments. Mr. Harris explained 
that the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) is the primary funding 



source for the work phases identified and discussed funding process. Mr. Harris noted that 
the allocation request for funds has been presented to the SFCTA Citizen's Advisory 
Committee/Plans and Programs Committee and the allocation request has been approved 
for an allocation of funds before the SFCTA Board of Commissioners, whose members also 
serve as the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. The allocation provided the total amount 
of five and one-half million dollars less $750,000 that was placed on reserve by the 
Commission, while Muni continues to provide information on participating CBOs. Once the 
Board receives enough information that quantifies and confirms appropriate CBO 
participation and that interested CBO have the opportunity to assist on the program, it is 
anticipated that the $750,000 held in reserve will be released. Mr. Harris then entertained 
questions. 

The Chair noted that the Council had come to the end of the time allocated for the meeting 
and suggested that willing Council members should remain to address the current item and 
that only a few minutes could be allocated for questions regarding Agenda Item 6c. The 
Chair indicated that there are three action items pending; Agenda Items 4b which he was 
willing to defer until the Council's next meeting, and Agenda Items 8 and 12e(l)(a). The 
Chair also suggested that all non-action items be deferred to the next meeting, which 
included all the committee reports, and questions and comments. Mr. Oka seconded Chair's 
suggestion. The Chair then called for limited questions regarding Agenda Item 6c. 

8. N-Judah Line Breda LRVs Unacceptable Noise and Vibration Levels As The Vehicles 
Traverse The Tunnel and Travel Along The Carl Street Corridor. Ms. Downey moved the 
following: 

Motion: THAT THE CAC JOINS CARL STREET RESIDENTS IN URGING MUNI 

TO RELPACE THE TRACK BEDDING ON CARL STREET IN COLE 
VALLEY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THESE NECESSARY CHANGES ARE 
INTENDED TO REDUCE THE NOISE AND VIBRATION CAUSED BY THE 
DECAYING TRACKS AND ROAD SURFACES. 

During a discussion of the motion, Ms. Downey stated that Muni contracted for studies 
concerning noise and vibration caused by the Breda Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) to residences 
near the tunnel and extending along five blocks of Carl Street in Cole Valley. Results of 
study indicated noise and vibration were above acceptable standards. Replacement of track 
bedding along Carl Street in Cole Valley is not identified in the five-year plan. Mr. Murphy 
stated that the complaint from the residents on Carl Street in this area has been significant 
compared to other areas of the city. Mr. Harris explained as Muni replaces the older tie- 
and-ballast tracks throughout the city, Muni is using a type of direct fastener with insulation. 
Basically, a slab-on-grade approach with track attached does provide a damping effect, 
which is Muni's normal track replacement protocol. Mr. Harris indicated that track 
replacement is driven first by safety requirements, funding and prioritization of rail 
replacement as opposed to the availability of funding for a specific project. Dennis Tsai 
stated that there is a very finite life of rail and until the end of that period is reached track 
replacement is not done. Mr. Harris stated he understood that there are legal situations 
occurring as regards noise and vibration, however there is a process in which rail 
replacement projects are determined, a priority list for such projects, and it is believed that 
the Carl and Cole track is on the list. Mr. Harris stated he would provide the Council, in 
written form, the current prioritization of projects included in the Rail Replacement Program 
and update the Council as to the status of the project. 






The Chair called for a vote and the motion passed unanimously. 

Following the vote, Mr. Pilpel asked that, considering budget restraints, Mr. Harris provide 
some options as to the possibility of reprioritizing the Carl and Cole track replacement 
project. 

9. Proposed CAC Recommendation Regarding Filling Vacancies Within The Muni 
Organization. In that the specific position has been filled, item was withdrawn. 

Items 10, 11, 12, and 13 were referred to the next meeting. 

14. The meeting was adjourned at 7:45. 




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1. Corrections to the Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council 
minutes of Thursday, May 2, 2002 are as follows: 

a. The minutes from the regular meeting of May 2, 2002 were adopted with the 
following amendments: 

(1) Paragraph lc: Change "Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Public 
Transit Planning)" to "Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Capital Planning & 
Legislative Affairs)". 

(2) Paragraph 6a: 

(a) Change "Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Public Transit 
Planning)" to "Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Capital Planning & Legislative 
Affairs)". 

(b) Under Mr. Pilpel commented that the service is actually the 30 Marina 
Express and moved to amend the motion to reflect correction, add the following: 

Motion: RECOMMEND THAT A TRAFFIC CHECK (PASSENGER COUNT) AND 
REVIEW OF THE 30 MARINA EXPRESS PM SCHEDULE BE 
CONDUCTED, AND HEADWAY ADJUSTMENTS MADE ACCORDINGLY. 

Following discussions of the motion as amended, Mr. Pilpel moved that Agenda Item 7a 
be re-referred to the Service Reliability and Quality Committee with directions to consult 
with Scheduling and report back. 

The Chair indicated that the amendment was a minor adjustment and called for a vote 
on the motion as restated. The motion as amended to re-refer Agenda Item 7a 
to the Service Reliability and Quality committee unanimously passed. 



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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

Notice of Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, J*(jne 6, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing (SDMC) 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality fSROO 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration [FACJ 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility (STAQ 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, June 6, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Review and Adopt Minutes: (Action Item) 5:35 
MTA CAC Draft Minutes of May 2, 2002 

3. Public Comment 5:40 

4. Report of the Chair (Action Item) 5:45 

a. Resolution on Castro Area Planning and Action (CAPA) Seventeenth Street Plaza 

b. Joint Meeting with the San Francisco County Transportation Authority Citizen's 
Advisory Committee (SFCTA CAC) 

5. Staff Report (Debbie Dennison, Acting Staff Liaison) 6:00 

6. MTA CAC SRQC PSR Process Recommendations (Joan Downey, Chair, MTA CAC 

Service Reliability and Quality Committee (Discussion/ Action Item) 6:05 

7. Service Standards Methodology (Debbie Dennison, Superintendent, Performance 
Monitoring & Analysis (Discussion/ Action Item) 6:20 

a. Review of MTA CAC SRQC Proposed Recommendations (Joan Downey, Chair, 
MTA CAC Service Reliability and Quality Committee) 

b. Action Steps to Improve CAC Effectiveness (David Pilpel, Vice-Chair, MTA CAC) 

8. Establishing a MTA CAC Pedestrian Advisory Committee (Discussion/Action Item) 6:40 

9. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests (Discussion/Action Item) 6:50 

10. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action Item) 7:00 

11. Committee Reports (Discussion/Action Item) 7:05 

a. Safety, Training and Accessibility (STAC) 
Last meeting held: January 24, 2002 

Next regular meeting June 13, 2002, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:00 PM 
Pending Item: Evacuation Drill 

b. Finance and Administration (FAC) 
Last meeting held: February 4, 2002 

Next regular meeting June 11, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM 

(1) Pending Items: 

June 2002: Update on Budget Reengineering Task Force, Impact of Department of 
Parking and Traffic Merger, Fiscal Year 2002/2003 Budget Update - Lease 
Back and Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) 5307, Swap 
Impact of BART Settlement on Muni Labor Cost, Impact of Bart Budget on 
Muni Budget 



c. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 
Last meeting held May 16, 2002. 

Next regular meeting June 21, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) Facilities Management Plan 

Infrastructure and Project Relationships between Muni, CalTrains, and 
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) 

(b) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 

d. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) 
Last meeting held: May 20, 2002 

Next regular meeting June 17, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 

(1) Pending Items: 

2002-2003 Work Plans, Data Collection Plan, Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan, 
Municipal Transportation Agency/Muni Website, Graphics and Design Guidelines, 
Marketing Review 

(2) Referred Item: 

CAC Recommendation of April 4, 2002: 

That A Special Public Outreach Staff Be Created Within Muni To 
Routinely Conduct Public Meetings In The Community Addressing 
Construction Projects Planned Or Occurring In The Community 

e. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 
Last meeting held June 3, 2002 

Next regular meeting June 24, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) ? - Proof of Payment (POP) Presentation 

(b) July - Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Service Planning 

(c) ? - Station Operations 

(d) ? - M-Line and N-Line Studies Conducted by Rescue Muni Metro Committee 

(e) August - Bus Cleaning 

(f) September - Muni Inspectors 

12. Citizen's Advisory Council (CAC) (Discussion/Action Item) 
Last meeting held May 2, 2002 

Next regular meeting July 11, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 
Pending Item: Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) and Capital Improvement Program 
(CIP) Projects Presentation 

13. Adjournment 7:30 

Attachments: 

£ MTA CAC Draft Minutes of May 2, 2002 

i MTA CAC Service Reliability & Quality Committee PSR process Recommendations (Item 6) 
% David Pilpel, Vice-Chair MTA CAC memo of May 29, 2002 (RE: Improving CAC Effectiveness - 
Action Steps) (Item 7b) 




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1. Call to Order/ Roll Call : 

The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. 

a. Members Present : Linton Stables (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), 

Sue Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 
Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 
Norman Rolfe, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

b. Members Absent : Art Cimento, Dorris Vincent 

c. Staff Present : Debbie Dennison, Acting Staff Liaison 

Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 

2. Review and Adopt Minutes. 

a. The minutes from the regular meeting of May 2, 2002 were adopted with the 
following amendments: 

(1) Paragraph la - Members Present: Remove Ellen Hayes. 

(2) Paragraph lc: Change to "Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Capital 
Planning & Legislative Affairs)". 

(3) Paragraph 6a: 

(a) Change to "Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Capital Planning & 
Legislative Affairs)". 

(b) Under "Mr. Pilpel commented that the service is actually the 30 Marina 
Express and moved to amend the motion to reflect correction", add/change the following: 

"Motion: RECOMMEND THAT A TRAFFIC CHECK (PASSENGER COUNT) AND 
REVIEW OF THE 30 MARINA EXPRESS PM SCHEDULE BE CONDUCTED, 
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Following discussions of the motion as amended, Mr. Pilpel moved that Agenda Item 7a be 
re-referred to the Service Reliability and Quality Committee with directions to consult with 
Scheduling and report back. 

The Chair indicated that the amendment was a minor adjustment and called for a vote on 
the motion as restated. The motion as amended to re-refer Agenda Item 7a to the 
Service Reliability and Quality committee unanimously passed." 

(4) Paragraph 6b - 

(a) Change to "Ms. Downey expressed concern regarding Muni maintenance 
service vehicles parking on the sidewalk on Carl Street when replacing the street poles that 
support the trolley bus electrical lines". 

(b) Change to "Ms. Downey requested that Mr. Favetti report back to the 
Council when procedures are being changed as to how pole replacements are being 
performed by the maintenance crews. 

3. Public Comment. No public comment. 

4. Report of the Chair. The Chair began by extending his thanks and appreciation to all 
Council members for their support during his tenure as Chair. Mr. Stables stated that he 
would not seek re-election to the position as Council Chair and that Council members 
should consider nominations to the position. The Chair indicated that officer elections 
would be held during the July 11 th Council meeting. 

a. Resolution on Castro Area Planning and Action (CAPA) Seventeenth Street 
Plaza. The Chair pointed out that this item had been carried as an action item from the 
May 2 nd CAC agenda. A flyer regarding this item had been provided at the previous 
meeting. Daniel Weaver moved the following motion which was seconded: 

MOTION: THAT THE MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY CITIZEN'S 
ADVISORY COUNCIL SUPPORT THE PROPOSED SEVENTEENTH 
STREET PLAZA. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

b. Joint Meeting with the San Francisco County Transportation Authority 
Citizen's Advisory Committee (SFCTA CAC). The Chair indicated that there is an 
agenda for this meeting and asked that Council members review material that will be sent 
prior to the meeting. The Chair further explained that the funding agency for the Third 
Street Light Rail is the Transportation Authority (TA). The TA has concerns regarding the 
increasing cost of the Third Street Light Rail Project and is considering cuts in the scope of 
the project. The Chair added, in that the Third Street Light Rail has been promised as a 
particular project and if cuts are being considered regarding the scope of the project, it 
would be in the interest of the Council to be aware of potential actions. Also this meeting 
provides the opportunity to introduce both Councils' members and will be held on June 19 th 
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The Chair reported that several other Council members and he attended the 
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Third Street Light Rail Project that was held on Tuesday, 
May 28, 2002, at the Caltrain Depot. 

In response to David Pilpel's inquiry concerning the MTA and DPT Merger Task Force, the 
Chair indicated that he has attended meetings and the merger plan is progressing. MTA 
CAC concerns have been placed on the agenda and the MTA CAC will have discussion 
regarding the merger at a later date. 

Mr. Pilpel inquired into the status of the motion passed during the May 2 nd Council's meeting 
recommending that the operations manual section/or a separate list of vehicles subject to 
reassignment in the event of shortage in revenue vehicles exists be updated and kept up-to- 
date on an ongoing basis. The Chair stated that the recommendation had been made to 
the MTA Board and would also be submitted in writing. 

Daniel Murphy expressed his thanks and appreciation to Mr. Stables for his service and 
leadership as Chair. 

Mr. Pilpel inquired as to how the annual report would be provided for and the Chair 
responded that he would work on the report and turn the project over to the new chair. 

5. Staff Report. Deborah Denison provided an overview of the staff report which 
contained a report on the Rail Rodeo, Bart/Muni Drill, Silver Bus paint scheme, Caltrain 
Subsidy Cut, Bay-to-Breakers and Market Street Railway Events, the 78 Bayview Shuttle, 
and Third Street Rail Project. Mr. Murphy asked if the new silver paint for buses is as 
graffiti resistant as the plain white paint used on buses and that a response is provided. 
Norman Rolfe commented that he had read of concerns regarding the new silver paint color 
scheme, i.e., the silver color causes possibly poor visibility of vehicles at night and during 
foggy weather conditions. Mr. Rolfe also commented that he had attended the Caltrain 
Joint Powers Board (JPB) Meeting and he recalled that funds had been identified to 
subsidize the Caltrain shuttles in part. 

6. MTA CAC SRQC PSR Process Recommendations. The Chair began by stating that 
the Council's Service Reliability & Quality Committee (SRQC) has proposed the following 
recommendations. 

• The MTA CAC recommends that the implementation of a new PSR process be 
accompanied by much more careful and detailed measurement of incoming PSRs. In 
particular, PSRs should be broken down into a greater number of categories in order 
to better assess what specific areas are receiving more and less complaints. The 
current broad categorization used in aggregate reporting will not be adequate to 
assess whether the new PSR process is working, or if it's meeting the organization's 
needs in some respects but not in others. These detailed measurements are 
especially important given that many variables affect the total number of PSRs. 
Many things can cause a total increase or decrease of PSRs; broadly aggregate 
numbers are not very useful in determining exact nature of complaints. 

• The MTA CAC recommends that new, more narrowly categorized numbers should be 
turned into regular reports and distributed widely, perhaps as an attachment to 
Muni's charter-mandated service standard reports. These numbers should include 

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statistics by which the numbers of PSRs in each category are divided by Muni's 
estimated passenger miles of service. If Muni ridership increases, and the quality of 
service remains the same, PSRs would be expected to increase simply because there 
are more riders on the system to file complaints. Likewise, if Muni ridership 
decreases, there would be a reduction in PSRs. Since the object of the PSR process 
is not to measure total increase or decrease in ridership, this variable should be 
isolated. 

• The MTA CAC recommends that the new PSR process not be codified in new labor 
agreements until such time as a pattern of quarter-over-quarter comparisons of the 
newly categorized PSRs shows steady, significant progress. Until such time, it is 
important Muni retain as much flexibility as possible to modify or scrap the new 
process. 

• The MTA CAC recommends that statistics gathered in the new PSR process include a 
detailed aggregate report of how PSRs have been resolved, including how many 
were dismissed as invalid, how many were major or minor, and, how many 
warnings, suspensions, terminations, etc. resulted from PSRs of each type. 

• The MTA CAC recommends that, to the extent hearings involving complainant 
passengers remain part of the new process, the hearings be conducted by telephone 
at a time convenient to the passenger. It is not reasonable to expect passengers to 
take time to travel to a hearing. Furthermore, hearings should be conducted entirely 
on-the-record. Neither representatives of Muni management nor representatives of 
Muni workers should attempt to convince passengers to drop their complaints. If a 
complaint lacks merit, then that should be the finding of the PSR process; such 
findings should not come about because a passenger has been persuaded or 
intimidated into dropping his or her complaint. 

• Make reporting easier for the customer: Use 673-MUNI with a submenu to report a 
PSR by phone. The website link to the PSR process needs to be more obvious. The 
PSR and hearing process needs to be explained early and clearly. Include this 
information on the website. 

• All PSRs (where the customer leaves contact information) should be acknowledged. 
The initial letter should be a form letter sent within two business days signed by the 
PSR clerk (not the General Manager). It should include a summary of the PSR, 
reference number, and request for correction. 

• The final resolution should be sent to the customer within five days indicating 
exactly what action/follow-up is to occur and it should also include a summary of the 
PSR and the reference number. This should be sent whether or not a PSR hearing is 
held. 

• In all correspondence, privacy rights of the operator and customer must be 
protected. Neither should be identified by name or address. 

• The PSR unit should report to Marketing & Communications and be a champion for 
the customer. 

• Maintain a central database of all PSRs including resolutions. 

• Any changes in the process should be reviewed with the MTA CAC Service Reliability 
and Quality Committee prior to implementation. 

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Following discussion and inclusion of changes to recommendations, Mr. Murphy moved the 
following motion, which was seconded by Sue Cauthen: 

Motion (Agenda Item 6) : 

That the Council approves the Service Reliability & Quality Committee's PSR 

Process Recommendations with changes as discussed. 

The Chair then called for a vote on the motion under Agenda Item 6. Motion was 
unanimously passed. 

7. Service Standards Methodology. The following SRQC proposed Service Standards 
recommendations were proposed for Council consideration: 

Service Standard la : 

Percent of vehicles that run on time according to published schedules (no more than 4 

minutes late or 1 minute early) measured at terminals and established intermediate points. 

Investigate using automated data from NEXTBUS and ATCS to increase the data sampling 
and reduce costs. Because time points are necessary and significant, investigate the 
methodology used and quality control to determine when a vehicle passes a time point. 

Service Standard 4a : 

Percent of vehicles that pass published time points during measurement periods unable to 
pick up passengers due to crowding without being followed within 3 minutes or less by 
another vehicle on the same route with space for all waiting passengers. 

At the beginning of each quarter, Muni should review all the 45 lines checked in the 
previous quarter, and identify the five lines with the highest load factors, and the time 
period these load factors occurred. Muni should then check those five lines, during the time 
period that the high load factor occurred, each month during the coming quarter for pass- 
ups. Muni should check to see if any PSRs for pass-ups were made for any of those five 
lines, and if the location of the pass-up was recorded. If location was recorded, Muni 
should use that point as the point for check for pass-ups. If there are no locations 
recorded, Muni should use the stop just before the MLP. 

Service Standard 6a : 

Actual headways against scheduled headways on all radial express, cross-town, secondary, 

and feeder lines for peak, base, evening, and late night service. 

Muni keep the goal at 85% for each quarter of the coming year. Muni should change the 
definition of being "on-time" from being within 30% of scheduled headway, to being -3/+3 
minutes of the scheduled headway. Muni should continue to check the same lines as we do 
now: all lines except radial lines with peak headways less than 10 minutes. 

General Recommendations : 

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Include a narrative when there is a variant from the goal describing the differences from 
last year; when there is some significant or substantial change in the previous quarter or 
the same quarter last year; when corrective action is suggested or warranted. 

Include an appendix or glossary explaining acronyms and definition of Muni and transit 
terms. 

Install performance standards measurements information boards in each Division to further 
support employee awareness of Service Standards. 

Following discussion and inclusion of changes to recommendations, Mr. Murphy moved the 
following motion, which was seconded by Nia Crowder: 

Motion (Agenda Item 7) : 

That the Council approves the Service Reliability & Quality Committee's Service 

Standards Recommendations with changes as discussed. 

The Chair then called for a vote on the motion under Agenda Item 7. Motion was 
unanimously passed. 

7a. Review of MTA CAC SRQC Proposed Recommendations. Item was a duplication 
of Agenda Item 6. 

7b. Action Steps to Improve CAC Effectiveness. Mr. Pilpel presented a memorandum 
outlining proposed action steps addressing improving CAC effectiveness. Following 
discussion on improving members' effectiveness, individual responsibility, increasing 
Council's awareness in the community and with other groups and agencies, and developing 
greater access to Muni's staff and improving staff responsiveness to the Council, Mr. Rolfe 
moved the following: 

Motion (Agenda Item 7b) : 

That the Council establishes a Task Force (ad hoc) Committee On Improving CAC 
Effectiveness to review proposed action steps addressing improving CAC 
effectiveness and report back to the Council its findings. 

The Chair then called for a vote on the motion under Agenda Item 7b. Motion was 
unanimously passed. 

Ellen Hayes agreed to Chair the Task Force and Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel and 
Daniel Weaver agreed to service on the Task Force. 

8. Establishing a MTA CAC Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Daniel Weaver 
suggested that pedestrian interests should be included under the purview of the Council's 
existing Safety, Training & Accessibility Committee (STAC). Subsequent to discussion 
concerning the City's upgrading an existing Pedestrian Task Force, the Chair canvassed the 
Council and it was agreed that Agenda Item 8 be referred to the STAC and that a 
presentation will be requested of the Department of Parking & Traffic (DPT) regarding the 
DPT's various tasks, including public outreach. The Chair noted as one of his last official 
acts, he appointed himself to serve on the Council's STAC. 

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9. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests. The Council reviewed the 
Information Request Matrix of March 2002. 

10. Council Members' Questions and Comments. 

Mr. Murphy asked if the new silver paint for buses is as graffiti resistant as the plain white 
paint used on buses and that a response is provided. 

Ms. Hayes indicated that the Task Force on CAC Effectiveness would meet on Monday, June 
17, 2002 at 5:00pm at 401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334. 

Ms. Downey indicated that MTA CAC involvement should continue regarding the N- 
Judah Line Track Replacement and effect discussion in having the rail replacement 
date moved from 2008 to an earlier date. The Chair referred this item to the 
Engineering and Maintenance Committee. 

Tom Wetzel indicated that the most current Muni demographic study was performed three 
years ago. The Chair referred this item to the Service Design and Marketing Committee. 

Mr. Pilpel commented on the MTA Board closed session item concerning a proposed 
amendment to TWU, Local 250-A (9163) MOU. The Chair referred this item to the Finance 
and Administration Committee. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that the fence at 19 th Avenue again is in need of repair and requested 
that Muni Maintenance be contacted to effect repair and that Caltrans be billed accordingly. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that he and Mr. Rolfe attended a meeting of the San Francisco 
Municipal Railway Improvement Corporation (SFMRIC) Board and submitted a list of 
questions to their attorney and are awaiting a response. 

Mr. Pilpel requested a presentation on the material terms of the MTA-approved settlement 
of the Bayview-Hunters Point Community Activists vs MTC Clean Air Lawsuit. This will be a 
future Council agenda item. 

Mr. Pilpel requested in regard to the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) test, a list of the 
operating lines that the alternative fuel buses have used as test routes. 

Ms. Downey stated she would not be available for the MTA CAC July 11 th meeting. 

Mr. Pilpel suggested that the Sunshine Ordnance requires the MTA CAC to vote on the 
rescheduling of the July 11 th CAC. Nia Crowder moved the following motion which was as 
seconded by Sue Cauthen: 

Motion : 

In that the regularly scheduled Council meeting would fall on July 4 th , the 

tentative date of July 11 th is accepted as the next date for the MTA CAC to meet. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

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11. Committee Reports. Agenda Items 11a through lie were deferred to the next 
Council Meeting. 

12. Citizens' Advisory Council. Scheduling of next Council meeting was addressed 
under Agenda Item 10. Review of pending items was deferred to next meeting. 

13. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 8:03pm. 



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^otice of Special Meeting and Agenda 

Monday, June 17, 2002 at 5:45pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing (SDMCJ 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality fSROO 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration (FAC) 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility (STAC) 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



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and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd \. 
floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni bus line nearest the meeting location is the 47 Van Ness. The closest MUNI Metro 
stop is the Van Ness Muni Station, where one can transfer to a 47 Van Ness bus. For more information about Muni 
accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack is located 
outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage (entrance on the south side of McAllister Street, 
between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycle racks in view of a parking attendant. 

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Special Meeting 
Monday, June 17, 2002 at 5:45pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 . 

.1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:45 

2. Public Comment 5:47 

3. Review and recommendation regarding the re-approval of the FY2003 
Operating Budget including the waiver of fees on New Year's Eve 2002 and 
revisions to the transfer policy; authorizing potential changes affecting 
personnel; authorizing short-term experimental fares as needed; authorizing 
the continuance of the Class Pass Program with colleges and universities in San 
Francisco; and certifying that the budget is adequate to make substantial 
progress towards meeting the goals, objectives, and performance standards 
established pursuant to Section 8A.103 for Fiscal Year 2003. 
(DISCUSSION/ACTION) 

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1. Call to Order/Roll Call (Agenda Item 1): The meeting was called to order at 6:02 
p.m. 

a. Members Present: Daniel Murphy (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), Sue 
Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent, Daniel 
Weaver 

b. Members Absent: Art Cimento, Bruce Oka, Linton Stables, Tom Wetzel 

c. Muni Staff Present: Gigi Harrington (Deputy General Manager, Finance and 
Administration), Pacifico Paculba (General Superintendent of Administrative Services), Paul 
Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison), Vincent Dunlap (CAC Secretary) 

2. Public Comment (Agenda Item 2). The Chair called for public comment on any item 
in the jurisdiction of the Council but not listed on the agenda. No public comment was 
made at this time. 

3. Review and recommendation regarding the re-approval of the FY2003 
Operating Budget including the waiver of fees on New Year's Eve 2002 and 
revisions to the transfer policy; authorizing potential changes affecting 
personnel; authorizing short-term experimental fares as needed; authorizing the 
continuance of the Class Pass Program with colleges and universities in San 
Francisco; and certifying that the budget is adequate to make substantial 
progress towards meeting the goals, objectives, and performance standards 
established pursuant to Section 8A.103 for Fiscal Year 2003 (Agenda Item 3). David 
Pilpel (Vice Chair) commented that the need for the special meeting was to consider 
providing a recommendation to the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Board prior to 
its considering the item on Tuesday, June 18, 2002. Mr. Pilpel introduced Gigi Harrington 
(Deputy General Manager, Finance and Administration) who provided a presentation 
regarding the recertification of the Fiscal Year 2003 Budget. . Ms. Harrington reviewed the 
budget approval process and indicated that the budget had been submitted to the Mayor 
and the Board of Supervisors on March 1st. She indicated that from March 1st to June 1st 
there had been a number of changes to the budget. She categorized the changes as 
primarily technical in nature, outside the controls of a policy perspective, i.e., sizable 
healthcare increases which resulted in a $4.5M expenditure increase. Ms. Harrington 
explained that a significant change to the budget that the Mayor submitted to the Board of 
Supervisors on June 1st was due to all the city budgets being out of balance and a request 
to the Unions to pick-up 2.75% of the contributions to each employee's retirement. 
Attached to that proposal was a 1% increase in the cost of living wage to each union 
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with a no lay-off proviso. She stated that to balance the budget this fiscal year, the City is 
looking for the Unions to agree to pick-up cost in the short-term, see an increase next year 
with no lay-offs as part of the balancing the budget. The implication to Muni resulted in a 
$6.1M savings expenditure that assisted in filing the healthcare increase cost. She 
commented that various unions have been voting on the proposal and most notable for 
Muni SEIU voted the proposal down, as did TWU, and MEA voted to approval. Ms. 
Harrington stated as of Friday when the MTA Board calendar item was assembled an 
increase in expenditures of $4.7M resulted as of bargaining units' adjustments. Staff has 
put together a series of proposals that affect policy issues to balance the budget. Finance 
proposes to bring the budget back to the MTA Board of Directors. Ms. Harrington 
summarized here presentation stating that since some of the proposals included in the 
package of expense reductions are of a policy issue and per Proposition E the MTA CAC is 
asked to review the budget. 

During an open discussion and answer period following the presentation, Ms. Harrington 
commented that the TWU 9163 voted against supporting the proposal and confirmation of 
the vote has not been confirmed with TWU 250A. Ms. Harrington further explained that 
there is a window of opportunity and some of the Unions have taken the proposal back for 
vote. A proposed list of adjustments was submitted to fill the $720,000 gap resulting from 
SEIU voting against the proposal. All proposals are on the expenditure side and from a 
process standpoint, if the union reverses its decision expenditures resource will occur. A 
review of the FY2003 Operating Budget Request Categorized by Line Item, a summary of 
technical adjustments and capital grant reauthorization was provided to Council members. 

Daniel Murphy stated that the Council had recommended that the Municipal Improvement 
Fund (MIF) budget be reduced. Reductions were noted, but not at the levels the Council 
recommended. He stated that it would be appropriate for the Council to recommend that as 
much as possible the reduction for professional services funding come from MIF. 

Mr. Pilpel indicated that the Platform Budget and the MIF are the two major policy items 
affected in which the Council should further discuss reduction impacts and any other 
changes occurring in the budget. Mr. Murphy moved the following motion that was 
seconded by Ellen Hayes: 

Motion: IN THE INTEREST OF PREVENTING SERVICE CUTS, THE MTA CAC 
RECOMMENDS ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET ADJUSTMENT IN 
ATTACHMENT B OF THE CALENDAR ITEMS, PARTICULARLY THE 
PLATFORM AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES REDUCTIONS. THE MTA 
CAC RECOMMENDS THAT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE OF THE REDUCTION 
IN PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FUNDING COME FROM THE MUNICIPAL 
RAILWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND (MIF). ANY FURTHER ADJUSTMENTS 
NEEDED FOR THE BUDGET SHOULD COME FROM THESE AREAS. THE 
BOARD IS REMINDED OF THE NEED TO DEVELOP THE $455,330 
SAVINGS IN LIEU OF THE POTRERO DIVISION CHANGES PROPOSED 
EARLIER, PER THE RESOLUTION ADOPTED ON FEBRUARY 19, 2002. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

4. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 7:08 pm. 



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Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 6:00 pm 

100 Van Ness Avenue, 25 th Floor Conference Room 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing (SDMC) 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality ( SROO 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration ( FAC) 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety. Training & Accessibility ( STAC) 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

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This meeting will be held at the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, 100 Van Ness Avenue (25 th Floor 
Conference Room), San Francisco, between Fell and Hayes Streets. From the lobby, take bank of elevators #18 to 28 
to the 25 th floor, and follow signs to conference room. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks from the 
meeting location. Accessible Muni bus line nearest the meeting location is the 47 Van Ness. The closest MUNI Metro 
stop is the Van Ness Muni Station. For more information about Muni accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (MTA CAC) 

AGENDA 

Special Meeting 

Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 6:00 pm 

100 Van Ness Avenue, 25 th Floor Conference Room 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 6:00 

Joint meeting of the Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council (MTA 
CAC) and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) to introduce 
members, and discuss and make recommendations on the Third Street Light Rail 
Budget and Scope. 

2. Adjournment 8:00 



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Citizens' Advisory Council &" f^z^ 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

Final Minutes of Special Meeting 

Wednesday, June 19, 2002, 6:00 p.m. DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
100 Van Ness Avenue, 25th Floor Conference Room . A _ n A onrt . 
San Francisco, CA MAR 2 ° 2003 

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1. Call to Order/Roll Call. 

The meeting was called to order at 6:10 p.m. Terry Micheau (Chair, San Francisco County 
Transportation Authority Citizens Advisory Committee (SFCTA CAC) welcomed members of 
both the SFCTA CAC and the Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council (MTA 
CAC) and allowed introductions. 

a. MTA CAC members present: Linton Stables (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), Sue 
Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, 
Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver. 

b. MTA CAC members absent: Art Cimento, Tom Wetzel. 

c. Muni Staff present: Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Planning and 
Legislative Affairs), Vince Harris (Deputy General Manager, Construction), Ken Jew 
(Construction, Project Manager), Anne Richmond (Capital Planning and Grants), Dennis Tsai 
(Construction, Project Manager), Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison), Vincent Dunlap 
(MTA CAC Secretary). 

d. SFCTA CAC members present: Terry Michaeu (Chair, SFCTA CAC), Will Din, Anita Hill, 
Val Menotti, Art Michel, Jackie Sachs. 

e. SFCTA Staff members present: Jose Luis Moscovich (Executive Director), Maria 
Lombardo (Deputy Director, Plans & Programs), Ernesto Ugarte, Paul Ward. 

Both CACs followed the published SFCTA meeting notice and agenda of June 19, 2002 
(Attachment 1). Mr. Micheau (Chair, SFCTA CAC) stated that this historic joint session brings 
together both the SFCTA CAC and MTA CAC in providing guidance to each respective 
Committee's/Council's Authority, Agency and staff. He outlined the meeting as a collaborative 
effort between Muni and the Transportation Authority (TA) in delivering the Third Street Light 
Rail Project on budget as scheduled and in the shape as promised to the communities along 
the Third Street Corridor. It was stated that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss 
specific budget reductions that would allow the project to stay at the current cost level of 
$520M. Commenting on the City's current financial concerns, Mr. Micheau expressed the 
opinion that it would be unrealistic to look at new funding or should additional funding be 
considered not to anticipate such funding to cover 100% of the cost increases. 

Mr. Micheau indicated that an inevitable part of the discussion was to (1) solicit staffs 
assistance in identifying elements of the construction project that could be cut and identify 
overall cost savings; (2) understanding the implications of cutting certain elements of the 
project so both CACs would be better prepared in making informed recommendations; and 



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(3) identify new funding and its impact on elements of the project. He stated that the major 
goal of tonight's meeting was to provide respective staffs the CAC's recommendations as to 
what elements should or should not be cut from the project. Mr. Micheau indicated that the 
discussion affect policy decisions that would be before both the TA and MTA Boards within the 
next thirty days. 

Mr. Micheau then covered the rules of order for the meeting and stated that Linton Stables 
(MTA CAC Chair) would co-chair the meeting. Mr. Stables commented the MTA CAC was 
established under Proposition E and extended thanks and appreciation for the MTA CAC 
having invited the Council to participate in the meeting. Mr. Stables commented that the MTA 
CAC supports the spirit of cooperation in seeking solutions to issues concerning the Third 
Street Light Rail Project. 

2. Third Street Light Rail Project Budget Overview. Mr. Micheau expressed the 
opinion that there is a need to revise the project's budget and the terms to be used in 
establishing the budget. Jose Luis Moscovich (Executive Director [TA]) gave an overview of 
the budget process. Mr. Moscovich referred both CACs to the memorandum included in the 
SFTAC agenda packet and discussed the following tenets that the TA believes should be 
incorporated in the budget process: 

• The budget should be a baseline budget against which all-future budgets adjustments 
are measured. 

• The budget will contain all the work associated with the project with no offline 
budgeting. Muni will recognize within its budget both expenses and revenues for non- 
transportation related activities, such as street resurfacing and sewer and water line 
installation which Muni is either performing or managing on behalf of other City 
departments. 

• The budget will include all previously deferred project components, such as the 
Southern Terminus, to enable a definitive discussion of options and trade-offs. 

• The budget will show true costs with no artificial cost restraints. 

• The budget will identify project alternatives to stay with in the current $520M budget. 

• The budget will identify alternative funding sources and the opportunity costs 
associated with applying those funds to an increased budget. 

3. Cost Review - Information/Action. Paul Ward (Manager of Capital Projects [SFTCA]) 
commented that the discussion evolves around 5% of the budget and that 95% of the budget 
is progressing very well. He gave a brief slide presentation that covered the following items: 

The breakdown of the current $520M budget and ongoing budget issues. 

The success of the construction bids received to date with regard to being below the 

engineer's estimate and above the project's DBE and local participation goals. 

Muni's revised project budget, which represented a $28.4M cost increase compared to 

the current $520M budget. 

Muni's list of possible ways to close the budget shortfall, which included potential 

scope reductions of up to $15. 7M. 

Muni's recognition of low bids and corrections to the budget, resulting in a potential 

reduction of $12M. 

Potential support cost reductions of $1.6M and a list of potential issues that impact the 

budget. 



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Vince Harris (Deputy General Manager, Construction [Muni]) gave a presentation on the 
status of the Third Street Light Rail Project costs (Attachment 2). Mr. Harris stated that the 
Third Street Light Rail Project had three main core objectives, which included transit 
enhancements, traffic improvements and community and economic revitalization. Mr. Harris 
indicated that currently the revised project budget minus proposed Muni cuts was $534.7M, 
which when compared to the current budget of $519.9M, was only up by $14.8M or 2.8% 
overall. 

Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Planning and Legislative Affairs [Muni]) reviewed the 
funding sources that were being used for the Third Street Light Rail Project Initial Operating 
Segment. Providing the CACs' members a copy of the resolution passed by the TA 
(Attachment 3), he pointed out that the Authority estimated that applying Traffic Congestion 
Relief Program (TCRP) funds from Phase 1 of the project and deferring the need to issue debt 
for at least one year, savings would be between $20 and $30M, which could be used to 
support Third Street Light Rail project costs. Mr. Cisneros reiterated that before discussing 
any significant budget changes an understanding of all funding sources relative to the project 
must be considered. He stated that Muni need to do more research and has been working 
with the TA to exactly determine how much the savings will be. 

Paul Ward (SFCTA) then gave a brief presentation highlighting the areas of Muni's April 2002 
budget where costs seemed significantly higher than when compared to similar projects. He 
suggested that these areas should be reviewed further to understand if there is a specific 
justification for the higher costs or whether there may be areas with opportunities for 
potential savings. Mr. Ward estimated some of the potential savings as follows: 1) Detailed 
design ($3.5M), 2) Design support during construction ($17M to $20M, and 3) Project 
Management during construction ($3M to $7M). He finished his presentation by discussing 
four proposed project control principles that could be applied to the project. 

Mr. Harris indicated that Muni had not been afforded an advance opportunity to have had 
review the presentations information prior to the meeting and would have liked to have 
offered some considerations. Mr. Ward noted that although Muni staff had not seen the 
details of the presentation, Muni and TA staff had previously held a discussion concerning the 
project's budget. At that time TA staff had pointed out areas of the project budget that 
seemed to warrant a closer examination. Mr. Harris commented that there is a philosophical 
difference between TA and Muni staff in terms of how both staffs see projects delivered. Mr. 
Harris expressed agreement with Mr. Ward's opinion regarding the efficient management of 
consultants (project managers). Mr. Harris commented on the apparent management 
differences between the TA and Muni staff particularly as to Muni's required interfaces with 
other City Departments. Mr. Harris stated that because of the TA's concerns Muni has 
internally begun to review in much more detail the work plan and reductions in staff have 
been shown. Mr. Harris stated that Muni continues to review the work plan for further 
possible staff reductions. 

David Pilpel (MTA CAC) expressed the opinion that the members of both the SFCTA CAC and 
the MTA CAC may not be qualified to discuss staffing issues and that the focus of the meeting 
should be limited to the scope of the project. Will Din (SFCTA CAC) stated that the SFCTA 
CAC saw indications that the scope of the project was being reduced, the cost for the project 
increasing, and an explanation was being sought. Mr. Din stated that Muni has expressed the 
view that the scope of the project cannot be completed based on the project's budget. Mr. 
Din expressed the opinion that as the scope of the project continues to be reduced then the 



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cost for the project is actually escalating. Mr. Din suggests that Muni needs to manage the 
budget to conform to what is called for in the scope. 

Mr. Ward stated the SFCTA's November 2001 budget item for project managers was in the 
$3M range. Current budget item for project manages is in to the $10M range, which accounts 
for about $3M of a $28M budget shortfall that has to be funded. Mr. Ward commented that it 
is the SFCTA's staff opinion that in taking away $3M in project managers would have a 
minimal impact. 

Daniel Murphy stated that staffing issues are difficult matters for a CAC to conclude. In 
hearing two different versions about the need for project managers, since less is probably 
correct, prioritizing project elements and other elements in the budget may be more within 
the scope of competence of the CAC. 

Joan Downey and Norman Rolfe (both MTA CAC members) and Jackie Sachs suggested that 
alternative/additional funding sources should be considered. 

4. Funding Options - Information/ Action. Maria Lombardo (Deputy Director, Plans & 
Programs [SFCTA]) agreed with Mr. Cisneros statement that all the TCRP savings would be 
used to support the Third Street Light Rail project costs. Ms. Lombardo explained that the 
demand for additional funding today outstrips the funds available. She also clarified the 
mechanics of the TCRP swap, noting that the TCRP funds will be paid back with Proposition B 
revenues from the current sales tax revenues collected in the future. The discussion then 
turned to items that have previously been deferred from the project's scope. They included: 
1) Mission Bay Loop ($1.2M), 2) Southern Intermodal Terminal ($11M to $17M), and 3) the 
MME Paint Shop ($5M to $8M). Dennis Tsai (Construction, Project Manager [Muni]) 
emphasized that the costs were estimates, but sufficient for discussion purposes. 

Mr. Rolfe (MTA CAC) suggested as a possible funding source that discussion should occur with 
the developers in the private sector to assisting in the funding some of the finishing 
construction work for the Southern Terminal in that the intrinsic appearance of the station 
would be a benefit to the businesses in the area. 

Mr. Ward commented that the TA is not proposing dramatic cuts but desires not to spend 
more in redesigning the plans than that which would be saved in cost reductions. Mr. Harris 
commented that of the $28M deficit it has already been shown that $13M has been found in 
closing the deficit. Mr. Harris stated that Items 1-4 of the 3rd Street Light Rail Project 
Potential Scope Reduction Score Worksheet (Attachment 4) are corrections that have been 
made. 

Mr. Stables requested that items 14 (Southern Terminal), 15 (Mission Bay Loop) and 16 
(Metro East Paint Shop) be added as discussion items. 

In response to Mr. Pilpel's question regarding the acquisition of Muni Metro East (MME) land 
and the payback of $25M, Mr. Moscovich explained that the payback funds are considered as 
part of the budget. Mr. Harris explained that the Kirkland property and the Mission and 
Steuart income revenue stream are sourced of income Muni is considering in using as payback 
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Dorris Vincent expressed an interest in the MTA CAC continuing discussion regarding the 
development of the Kirkland property and Muni 's plan to develop facilities at Islais Creek. 

5. Trade-Off Analysis Workshop. Mr. Ward referred to the worksheet (Attachment 4). 
The list included potential cost saving options identified by Muni and the TA. Mr. Ward 
indicated that the intent of the list was to see if the joint CAC's could prioritize the items on 
the list in an attempt to assist the TA and Muni find a way to deal with the $15. 5M ($28M 
minus $12.7M) shortfall. 

Mr. Stables (Chair, MTA CAC) indicated that he wanted to keep the level of discussion at a 
fairly high level and suggested that priority be given to preserving and/or adding back in parts 
of the project scope that enhance service and transit operations and service improve safety. 

Nia Crowder question items identified in attachment 1 as being possibly eliminated as a whole 
or could partial implementation of some these items be considered. Mr. Harris stated that 
there are variations that could be considered during the discussion. Mr. Dennis Tsai 
(Construction, Project Manager [Muni]) provided both CACs a detailed description of items 5 
through 10 of attachment 1 and the effect of eliminating these portions would have on the 
project, customers and Muni's operations. 

After discussion, the joint CACs reached consensus on the following: 1) the TA and Muni 
should first try to close the budget gap by looking at cost savings that can be achieved 
without scope reductions; 2) the primary use of the TCRP Savings should be to restore 
previously deferred items; 3) if scope needs to be reduced and/or all of the deferred items 
cannot be restored consideration should be given regarding the affects reductions will have 
on operations, community acceptance, riders' comfort, safety and security; that ticket vending 
machines ($1.9M) and the Paint Shop ($5M to $8M) can be deferred; 4) look for private 
sector contributions to the project; and the canopies are vital to passenger comfort and in 
support of the 1% for art requirement. Mr. Harris expressed concern about potentially 
slowing down the overall project by adding the Southern Terminus back in, a segment with 
some unresolved issues. Mr. Moscovich noted that if the issues are not resolved, it is possible 
to put the money on reserve in the budget for the Southern Terminus. 

Muni and TA staff will work together to address the budget issues following the CACs 
guidance. The results will be presented to the respective CACs at their regular meetings. 

Adjourned. The meeting adjourned at 8:00pm: 

Attachments: 

1 SFCTA Notice of Joint Meeting/Agenda of the SFCTA and the MTA CAC of June 19, 2002 

Paul Ward (Manager of Capital Projects SFCTA memo of June 13, 2002 (Subject: 3RD 
Street Light Rail Project Budget Update) 

2 Third Street Light Rail Project cost presentation to the MTA CAC/SFCTA CAC of June 19, 
2002 Joint Meeting 

3 SFCTA Resolution No. 01-37, File No. FC060401 (Resolution Endorsing The 3rd Street 

Light Rail Project Financing Plan) 

4 3rd Street Light Rail Project - Potential Scope Reduction Score Worksheet 




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JOINT MEETING OF THE 
San Francisco County Transportation Authority 

And 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens Advisory Committee's 

Meeting Notice/Agenda 

Date: 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 19, 2002 
Location: 100 Van Ness Avenue, 25 th Floor 

6:00 1. Call to Order 

Introductions by Committee and. Staff members (All) 
- Rules of Order (Terry Micheau, SFCTA CAC Chair) 

6:05 2. Overview of the Budget Analysis Process - INFORMATION* 

Need for a revised budget (TA) 

Tenets to be used in establishing a new project budget (TA) ■■. 

6:20 3. Cost Review -INFORMATION/ACTION* 

Goals for this segment: Understanding facts, identifying discrete cost items for 
trade-offs. 

6:20 - Presentations by Authority staff on the status of project costs (TA) 
v - 6:25 - Presentations by MUNI staff on the status of project costs (MUNI) 

6:30 -Discussion (All) 
•- - 6:45 - Presentation by MUNI staff on proposed revisions to the cost budget (MUNI) 
6:55 - Presentation by Authority staff on proposed revisions to the cost budget (TA) 
7:10 -Discussion (All) 

7:30 4. Funding Options -INFORMATION/ACTION* 

Goals for this segment: Understanding size, timing, elibility and availability of 
potential additional funding. 

Presentation identifying potential additional funding sources and the associated 

opportunity costs. (T A/ MUNI) 

7:40 5. Trade-Off Analysis Workshop - INFORMATION/ACTION 

Goals of this segment: Develop two alternative budgets using the information 
from items 2, 3 and 4. 

7:55 6. Public Comment 

8:00 7. Adjournment 

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MEMORANDUM 



DATE: June 13, 2002 

TO: Citizens Advisory Committee 

FROM: Paul Ward 

Manager of Capital Projects 

SUBJECT: INFORMATION/ACTION : 3 rd Street Light Rail Project Budget Update 



SUMMARY As a result of a series of events it has become necessary to revise the Third Street Light Rail Project 
Budget. At the request of the Authority's CAC, a joint CAC meeting is being held with the MTA CAC to discuss the 
budget. On May 7, MUNI submitted a draft revised project budget for our review. Our approach to the review of this 
budget has been multi-faceted with the eventual goal to allow the Authority Board to make an informed policy level 
decision at its July meeting. The revised budget includes a $28.4 million dollar in the overall cost of the Project. This is 
about 5% of the overall cost of the project. MUNI has proposed ten items that could be deferred or eliminated to help 
keep the project within the original budget. Included in this memo is a brief summary of the budget, MUNI cost 
reduction proposals, and comparisons of the budget categories. Further analysis and options will be presented at the joint 
CAC meeting. The meeting is intended as an opportunity for both CACs to review cost information, consider potential 
trade-offs and provide guidance to staff in preparation for the full CAC meeting on June 26, and the July discussion of 
the budget by the Plans and Program Committee and the Board. This is an information/action item. 



BACKGROUND 

This memorandum serves to inform the TA and MTA CAC about the proposed MUM cost budget 
for the Third Street Light Rail Project. After the joint CAC session, we expect the MTA and 
Authority CAC to consider recommendations of the budget at their respective meetings. The Plans 
and Programs Committee will consider the item and take action at the July 8 meeting. 

A number of events have occurred that have necessitated the review of the 3 rd Street Light Rail 
Project cost budget. 

• In late 2001, Authority staff issued an. early warning to MUNI that cost trends would put the 
project beyond the original allocation for detailed design. MUNI has subsequently acknowledged 
an estimated cost at completion in excess of $8 million over the allocated amount. 

• The substantial completion of the detail design phase indicated a significant increase in the 
engineer's estimate for various segments including C, E, and J, which resulted in the planned 

• deferral of the Mission Bay Loop. 

• The local community has expressed a need for a greater involvement in the project. This 
involvement prompted MUNI to develop a $5.5 million Community Outreach Program, after 
which MUNI advertised several of the project construction segments. A condition placed on the 
allocation of the Outreach Program funds (per CAC and TA Board guidance) was that MUNI 
absorb it within the existing budget. Both the CAC and Authority Board indicated that no future 
funding would be provided prior to a full analysis of an updated project budget. 



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2. Recognize Savings in Project D Bid Opening ($4,975 million): The bid openings for 
Segment D came in approx $5.0 million below the budgeted amount. When allowances and 
contingencies are factored in, a net reduction of $4,975 million is achieved. 

3. Correction of the budget for Mobilization and Demobilization ($5,742 million): Due to 

an error, the mobilization and demobilization elements of Segments C 5 E, and H were 
accounted for in both the mobilization and construction contract line items. 

4. Muni Staff Reductions ($1.03 million): Muni has reviewed their staffing plans and has 
determined that a reduction of $1.03 million is possible. This is 1.4% of the total construction 
phase staff costs under the direction of MUM. 

5. SFCTA Oversight Cost Reductions ($530k): Muni has recommended that the Authority 
reduce its oversight budget by $53 Ok. This is a reduction of 67% of the Authority's proposed 
staff costs during the construction phase. 

6. Elimination of the Ticket Vending Machines ($1.9 million): It is currently planned to have 
ticket vending machines at each station. If the machines were eliminated, patrons requiring 
tickets would be required to purchase them on-board. 

7. Eliminate Station Canopies ($9.6 million): This option would eliminate the canopies at the 
stations. Several options and implications need to be analyzed, including providing standard 
glass shelters (as in the F-Line and most other surface metro lines.) Implications for signage 
and design costs also need to be evaluated. 

8. Eliminate the Closed Circuit Televisions Cameras (CCTV) and the SCADA system ($2.5 
million): This would eliminate the CCTV's that are used to monitor the vending machines at 
the stations. There is no real time monitoring planned. The SCADA system is used by 
MUM to monitor and communicate the status of the Light Rail systems. 

9. Eliminate Station Finishes at Mission Rock and South Street Stations ($400,000): This 
would eliminate the station finishes for these two stations. These two stations are located in 
the Mission Bay development and would not see significant use for several years. 

10. Reduce Segment F by one station ($1.32 million): This option would shorten the line at the 
Visitation Valley portion by one station. The terminal stop would be located at Leland 
instead of Sunnydale. 



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3rd Street Light Rail 
Budget Comparison 



Detailed Design 
Support Costs 
City Starr 
MUNI StafT 
Project Management 
Engineering Services 
Construction Mgt 
Total Muni StalT 
DeptorPublic Works 
DPW-BOE 
BOE-Electrical 
BOE-Landscape 
BOE-Mechanical 
BOE-Hydraulics 
BOE-Civil/Roadway 
BOE-Civil/RoadW3y-Utilities 
BOE-Proj Mgt 
BOE-Proj Mgt-Utilities 
BOE-Structural 
Total DPW-BOE 
DPW-BOA 
DPW-BCM 
BCM-Site Assessment 
BCM-Surveys 
Total DPW-BCM 
DPW-BSM 
DPW-BSSR 
DPW-Quality Assurance 
DPW-Outside Source 
DPW-Gcneral 
Total-Dept orPublic Works 
Dept of Parking & Traffic 
Dept of Public Health 
Dept of Real Estate 
Port of SF 
PUC 

SF Water Dept 
Total City StafT 
Consultants 
Design 
RWQCB 
AGS/GFI 
WPK Third Street 
Other Consultants 
Total Design Consultants 
QA/QC 
Total Consultants 
SFC Transportation Authority 
SFC TA Project Management Oversight 
Insurance 
Real Estate 
Other Direct Costs 
Subtotal, Support Costs 
Contingency, Support Costs 
Art Enrichment 
Total, Support Costs 
Total Detailed Design 



April 2002 



6,021,328 

11,028,454 

140,536 

17,190,318 



1,820,840 
371,379 
306,252. 
919,731 
548,878 

727,491 

1,991 

475,588 

5,172,150 

868,571 

170,310 
217,925 
388,234 

16,000 

370,128 

15,175 

6,830,257 

868,484 

500 

25,000 

2,000 

10,000 

24,926,559 



1,000 

5,042,468 

5,509,553 

29,769 

10,582,789 

453,600 

11,036,389 

85,000 

225,000 



602,072 

36,875,020 

1,036,945 

343,021 
38,254,986 
38,254,986 



Nov 2001 



3,577,982 

7,418,001 

81,668 

11,077,650 



Difference 



% Change 



87,000 



53,036 



3,443,576 

3,583,612 

747,567 

131,899 

114,007 

245,906 

10,000 



109,064 

81,467 

4,777,616 

838,845 

2,000 

2,811 

2,000 

5,000 

15,000 

16,720,922 



4,673,250 

5,336,690 

117,000 

10,126,940 

453,600 

10,580,540 



904,745 

28,206,207 

1,036,945 

343,021 

29,586,173 

29,586,173 



2,443,347 


68.29% 


3,610,453 


48.67% 


58,868 


72.08% 


6,112,668 


55.18% 


1,733,840 


1992.92% 


371,379 




306,252 




919,731 




495,842 


934.92% 


727,491 




1,991 




(2,967,988) 


-86.19% 


1,588,538 


44.33% 


121,004 


16.19% 


38,411 


29.12% 


103,918 


91.15% 


142,328 


57.88% 


(10,000) 


-100.00% 


16,000 




261,064 


239.37% 


(66,292) 


-81.37% 


2,052,641 


42.96% 


29,640 


3,53% 


(1,500) 


-75.00% 


(2,811) 


-100.00% 


23,000 


1150.00% 


(3,000) 


-60.00% 


(5,000) 


-33.33% 


8,205,638 


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San Francisco County Transportation Authority 

The foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted by the San Francisco County Transportation 
Authority at a re-scheduled meeting thereof, this 25 th day of June, 2001 by the following vote: 



Ayes: Commissioners Ammiano (Chair), Daly, Gonzalez, Hall, Leno, Maxwell, 
McGoldrick, Newsom, Peskin Sandoval, and Yee - 1 1 

Naves: None - 



Chairperson Date 



ATTEST: 



Interim Executive Director Date 



Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

Notice of Meeting and Agenda 



Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

Members: 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 

Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing fSDMC) 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

nOCUMB rTS ^ EPT 

Service Reliability and Quality (SROO uuuu 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, jyi g 2002 

Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Engineering and Maintenance [EMC} PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 

Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration (FAC1 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, Ellen Hayes, 
David Pilpel, Bruce Oka, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility (STAO 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Daniel Weaver, Linton Stables 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 
Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 
(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Review and Adopt Minutes (Discussion/ Action Item): 5:35 
MTA CAC Draft Minutes of June 6, 2002 (Attachment) 

3. Public Comment 5:40 

4. Report of the Chair (Discussion/Action Item) 5:45 

5. Staff Report - Paul Czechowicz, MTA CAC Staff Liaison (Attachment) 
(Discussion/Action Item) 5:55 

6. Election of MTA CAC Officers (Discussion/Action Item) 6:05 

7. MTA CAC Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) Recommendation 
(Discussion/Action) 6:15 

WE ENDORSE THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION RELATIVE TO THE 80, 81, AND 82 
CALTRAIN EXPRESS SERVICE CHANGE. HOWEVER, WE URGE STAFF TO SEEK 
OTHER REVENUES TO SUPPORT THESE SERVICES FROM THE JPB, PRESIDIO 
TRUST OR OTHER SOURCES. 

8. Draft Resolution on priorities and funding for the Third Street Light Rail 

Project (Attachment) (Discussion/Action Item) 6:30 

9. MTA CAC Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) Recommendation on 

Use of Lease/Leaseback Revenue (Discussion/Action Item) 6:45 

10. MTA CAC Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) Recommendation on 
TWU Local 250A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Amendment 

Regarding Retirement Pick-up and 1% Pay Premium (Discussion/Action Item) 7:00 

11. Report of MTA CAC Task Force Committee For Improving MTA CAC Effectiveness 
- Ellen Hayes, Chair, MTA CAC Task Force Committee 

(Discussion/Action Item) 7:15 

12. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests (Discussion/Action Item) 7:25 

13. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action Item) 7:35 



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14. Committee Reports (Discussion/Action Item) 

[Proposed deferred to the next meeting] 7:45 

a. Safety, Training and Accessibility (STAC) 
Last meeting held: December 13, 2001 

Next meeting to be determined, 1145 Market, 5 th floor, 3:00 PM 
Pending Item: 

b. Finance and Administration (FAC) 
Last meeting held: July 9, 2002 

Items Discussed: Retirement Pickup Agreement, Transit Impact Development 
Fee (TIDF)/SoMa Service, Fiscal Year 2001 Audit, Translink, Use of Leaseback Funds 
Next regular meeting August 13, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) Fiscal Controls 

(b) San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Corporation (SFMRIC) 

(c) Budget Documents Preparation & Presentation 

(d) Use of Lease Back Findings 
(2) MTA CAC Finance and Administration (FAC) Budget & Reengineering Task Force 

Last meeting held July 9, 2002 

Items Discussed: Mission, Scope and Work Plan of the Task, Platform Budget, 

Schedule Regular Meeting Time and Date 

c. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 
Last meeting held May 16, 2002. 

Items Discussed: Preliminary Cost and Infrastructure Report For The New Compressed 

Natural Gas (GNG) Bus Pilot Program 

Next regular meeting July 18, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM 

(1) Pending Items: 

(a) N - Judah Rail Replacement Project 

(b) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Pilot Program Update 

(c) Facilities Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships 
Between Muni, CalTrains, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) 

d. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) 
Last meeting held: June 17, 2002 

Items Discussed: Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan, 80X/81X/82X CalTrain Express, 
Ridership Demographics Study, 78 Bayview Special, New Transfer Policy Approval Process 
and Implementation, Status of South of Market and Potrero Hill Service Change, Status of 
Proposed New Scheduling System, Schedule Changes Pending for Future Signups, Fiscal 
Year 2002-03 Budget, Service Adjustments and Potrero Run Cuts, Maximum Equipment 
Demand and Recapitulation of Schedules for FY2001-02 Signups, MTA/Muni Website, 
Status of Public Timetable Book, Promotion of Muni Services to Cultural Events, 
Consolidation of Passenger Brochures/Flyers/Newsletters/Notices 






Next regular meeting July 15, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) 2002-2003 Work Plans 

(b) Data Collection Plan 

(c) Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan 

(d) Graphics and Design Guidelines 

(e) Marketing Review 









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e. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 
Last meeting held June 24, 2002 

Items Discussed: Passenger Service Reports (PSRs), 30 Marina Express PM Schedule, 
Service Standards Methodology, 

Next regular meeting July 22, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
(1) Pending Items: 

(a) 39 Coit Service 

(b) Proof of Payment (POP) Presentation 

(c) PSR Process 

(d) Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Service Planning 

(e) Station Operations 

(f) M-Line and N-Line Studies Conducted by Rescue Muni Metro Committee 

(g) August - Bus Cleaning 

(h) September - Muni Inspectors 

15. Adjournment 8:00 

Next regular meeting August 1, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 

a. Pending Items: 

(1) Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) and Capital Improvement Program 
(CIP) Projects Presentation 

(2) Department of Parking and Traffic Budget and Operations Plan for 
Fiscal Year 2003 

(3) Sunshine Ordinance Training 

(4) Application Integration Project: Rollout of Software Systems - Deborah Denison, 
Superintendent Performance Monitoring and Analysis (Operations) and Kylie Grenier, 
Project Manager (Finance) 

b. MTA CAC Task Force on Improving CAC Effectiveness 
Last meeting held June 17, 2002 

Items Discussed: Recommendations to Improve CAC Effectiveness 
Next meeting: To be determined. 

Attachments: 

$ MTA CAC Draft Minutes of June 6, 2002 (Agenda Item 2) 
i Staff Report (Agenda Item 5) 

£ Draft Resolution on Priorities and Funding for the Third Street Light Rail Project 
(Agenda Item 9) 







Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens ' Advisory Council 
City and County ofJSan Francisco 



FINAL MINUTES 
Regular Meeting 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
MAR 2 2003 



Thursday^July 11, 2002, 5:30 p.m. 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

San Francisco, CA 



SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



1. Call to Order/Roll Call: 

The meeting was called to order at 5:30 p.m. 

a. Members Present: Linton Stables (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), 

Art Cimento, Sue Cauthen, Nia Crowder, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, 
Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver 



b. Members Absent: 

c. Staff Present: 



Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Tom Wetzel 

Paul Czechowicz, Staff Liaison 
Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 
Michael Cronbach, Service Planning 



2. Review and Adopt Minutes. 

Dorris Vincent made the following motion, which was seconded by Bruce Oka: 

MOTION: THAT THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MTA CAC BE 
ADOPTED WITH THE CORRECTION THAT SUE CAUTHEN BE REPORTED 
AS PRESENT VICE ABSENT. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

3. Public Comment. The Chair noted that in that there were no members of the public 
present at this time and that further opportunity for public comment would be made 
available regarding specific agendized items. 

4. Report of the Chair. Linton Stables reported having attended the MTA Board meeting 
of June 18 th and provided report of the Council's actions. Mr. Stables indicated that he was 
unable to attend the Muni/Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Task Force Merger 
meeting. However, the task force will continue although the merger has been effected. Mr. 



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Stables indicated that the new representative to the task force per the pending new Council 
Chair's decision would consider the issues relative to the concern of the MTA CAC. 

Norman Rolfe inquired if the Council was the Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) for DPT. Mr. 
Stables responded that officially the Council is the CAC for the Municipal Transportation 
Agency (MTA), which includes parking and traffic as a result of the recent merger. Mr. 
Stables recommended that the MTA CAC hold discussion regarding the Council's scope 
relative to parking and traffic issues. Mr. Stable further explained that there was not a 
specific CAC for the DPT, yet there was involvement with groups such as a bicycle advisory 
and a separate pedestrian task force. 

5. Staff Report. Paul Czechowicz commented that the staff report has been provided in 
writing and ask for questions/comments. Mr. Stables expressed the opinion that in that Gay 
and Lesbians' Freedom Day is one of the largest public events in the city and the 
transportation during this event was excellent and significant improvements in service during 
this event has been noted over the years. 

6. Election of MTA CAC Officers. Mr. Stables stated that the Council is electing a Chair 
and Vice-Chair and asked for nominations for Chair. Mr. Rolfe nominated Daniel Murphy, 
which was seconded by Nia Crowder. Mr. Stables closed nominations after asking and 
hearing no other nominations. A vote for accepting the nomination of Daniel Murphy as 
Chair was taken. The nomination was unanimously accepted. Mr. Murphy expressed his 
thanks and appreciation to the Council's members. He extended a special thanks to Mr. 
Stables for his contributions and service during his tenure as Chair. Mr. Murphy indicated his 
desire to have the Council and its Committees effectively collaborate as Muni develops policy 
that affects the function of the organization and delivery of service. Mr. Murphy assumed 
the duties of MTA CAC Chair at this time. 

As Chair, Daniel Murphy called for nominations for the election of the Council's Vice Chair. 
Mr. Rolfe nominated David Pilpel, which was seconded. Dorris Vincent nominated Ms. 
Crowder, which was seconded by Bruce Oka. After each nominee addressed the Council, the 
Chair called for a hand count of votes regarding Mr. Pilpel's nomination. A hand count of 
three (3) votes was indicated for Mr. Pilpel. Subsequently, the Chair called for a hand count 
of votes for Ms. Crowder. A hand count of six (6) was indicated for Ms. Crowder. The Chair 
indicated that under City's Charter, it requires eight (8) votes to elect an officer and the 
election of Vice-Chair could be continued later in the meeting should absent members arrive. 
Following a discussion of voting requirements Mr. Stables moved the following, which was 
seconded by Dorris Vincent: 

MOTION: THAT THE COUNCIL DELAYS THE VOTE FOR MTA CAC VICE-CHAIR TO 
LATER IN THE MEETING AT THE CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

The Chair indicated that under the rules Mr. Pilpel continues as Vice-Chair so long as there 
isn't an election of a new Vice-Chair. Mr. Stables then called a Question on the Motion. The 
Chair then called for a vote. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

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7. MTA CAC Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) Recommendation: 

MOTION: WE ENDORSE THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION RELATIVE TO THE 80, 
81, AND 82 CALTRAIN EXPRESS SERVICE CHANGE. HOWEVER, WE 
URGE STAFF TO SEEK OTHER REVENUES TO SUPPORT THESE 
SERVICES FROM THE JPB, PRESIDIO TRUST OR OTHER SOURCES. 

Mr. Pilpel briefed the Council by stating that the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (JPB) 
which oversees CalTrain has been funding the 80, 81, and 82 CalTrain Expresses under the 
current agreement in the amount of about $600,000 a year. Because of their budget 
shortfalls the JPB is reducing their level of support to about $200,000. Muni Staff has 
engaged the Presidio Trust, which provides supplemental funds for the 82 Presidio. Mr. 
Pilpel indicated that it was Muni's position that there was no additional funding available in 
the Muni budget, no funding to underwrite the cost of the services absent the 
aforementioned subsidy nor is there any budgeting available from any other source. Mr. 
Pilpel further stated that Muni did not see fit to continue to run the services without that 
subsidy. So, the proposal list before the MTA Board on Tuesday, July 16 th , is to reduce 
morning service on the 80 and 81 routes, discontinue afternoon service on the 80 and 81 
routes and reduce by a couple of trips the 82 route, leaving most of the 82 route intact. The 
Committee recognizes the staff recommendation concerning the 80, 81 and 82 Expresses 
service change as a necessity. Michael Cronbach (Service Planning) furthered the briefing by 
discussing the routes of the express services and the uniqueness of the 82 Presidio Express 
route. 

The Chair indicated that since the item is before the Council a second to the motion is not 
required and then called for a vote. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

8. Draft Resolution on priorities and funding for the Third Street Light Rail 
Project. 

WHEREAS, a joint meeting of the SFCTA CAC and the MTA CAC was held on June 19, 2002, 
at which potential scope reductions and other budget considerations concerning the Third 
Street Light Rail Project (the Project) were discussed, and; 

WHEREAS, it was noted that in the course of developing the Project several changes in scope 
have been made— both additions and subtractions— that have had the appearance of 
increasing the total cost while decreasing the scope, and; 

WHEREAS, several alternatives for reduction in costs were discussed, including further 
reductions in scope, reductions in financing expenses, and reduction in 
design/engineering/management costs; 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the MTA CAC recommends the following: 

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• Muni and SFCTA staffs should meet to review non-scope reductions, (Items 1-5 and 
11-13 on the list of options presented at the meeting) for possible cost savings. 

• Use TCRP savings to restore previously deferred scope items (Items 6-10, 14, and 15 
from the list). Review of previous deferrals should consider the objectives of the 
whole Project, however, returning them to the scope of the project should in no way 
harm the timeline or feasibility of the Project. 



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Investigate and use other possible funding, such as private payments to accomplish 
scope items that mainly benefit private entities, additional cost savings as 
construction bids are received, grants for particular items in the list (such as security 
cameras). 

• In determining deferrals or reductions in scope, consider the effects they would have 
on Muni operations, community acceptance, and riders' comfort and safety. Also 
consider the impact that such deferrals and reductions would have on future 
operating budgets. 

• In determining deferrals in scope, consider partial deferrals, such as installation of 
some ticket vending machines, but not all, or installation of station canopies on 
inbound platforms only. 

The Chair indicated that this is a follow-up item from the joint meeting the Municipal 
Transportation Authority Citizens' Advisory Council (MTA CAC) had with the San Francisco 
County Transportation Authority Citizens' Advisory Council (SFCTA CAC). Mr. Stables 
indicated in that the MTA CAC did not formalize a committed to draft the resolution, so as 
Chair he drafted the resolution since it was agreed that a formal response would be 
submitted as a result of the joint meeting. Mr. Stables indicated that purpose of the joint 
meeting was for the MTA CAC and the SFCTA CAC to serve as an interface between Muni's 
and the Transportation Authorities Staffs in resolving issues surrounding the scope and 
budget for the Third Street Light Rail Project, and provide requested guidelines concerning 
potential scope reductions. 

Mr. Rolfe requested a list of the items being considered for potential scope reductions. Ms. 
Vincent responded that the list was provided in the information package to the joint meeting. 

Mr. Pilpel recommended that, "but not all, or installation of station canopies on inbound 
platforms only" be stricken from the fifth bullet to the draft resolution. 

The Chair recommended that explicit comment should be included addressing the issue of 
not deleting the station canopies. Ms. Vincent was agreed. The Chair then requested 
proposed language addressing the issue of not deleting the station canopies. 

Mr. Stables recommended that the sentence, "Specifically, we recommend against deleting 
station canopies." be added to the fourth bullet to the draft resolution between the first and 
second sentence. 



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Daniel Weaver moved that the resolution be adopted as amended. 

Mr. Rolfe indicated that the fifth bullet to the proposed resolution would have to be 
amended. The Chair responded that the Council did talk about deleting wording from the 
fifth bullet following "but not all...". Therefore the fifth bullet would read, "In determining 
deferrals in scope, consider partial deferrals, such as installation of some ticket vending 
machines, but not all." 

Mr. Stables seconded the motion. 

The Chair then called for any further discussion. Mr. Pilpel recommended that the sentence 
to be added to the fourth bullet between the first and second sentence changed to read, 
"Specifically, we recommend against deleting or deferring any station canopies." 

Ms. Vincent stated at the joint meeting she expressed her concerns regarding the deleting or 
deferring of station canopies and suggested at that time that if for financial reasons the 
canopies had to be delayed that would be acceptable only if necessary. 

The Chair then called for a vote on the resolution as adopted. 

The vote to adopted the resolution as amemded unanimously passed. 

Mr. Pilpel recommended that in sending the letter transmitting the adopted resolution could 
we request not only a response but also to be kept updated as to the status of these issues. 
The Chair responded that he would see to it that the MTA Board and Muni understands that 
the Council desires to be kept abreast of developments in this regard. The Chair indicated 
that there would probably be another decision junction in the future concerning the 3 rd Street 
Light Rail Project. Mr. Stables indicated that it was clear to everyone that it is understood 
that the below chart would be added as an attachment to the resolution. 

3 rd Street Light Rail Project 
Potential Scope Reduction Score Worksheet 



No. 


Source 


Item 


Value 


Rank 


1 


MUNI 


Reduce Overhead Expenses 


$ 1,375,376 




2 


MUNI 


Segment D Reductions 


$ 4,523,054 




3. 


MUNI 


Budget Corrections 


$ 5,742,354 




4 


MUNI 


Muni Staff. Reductions 


$ 1,031,180 




5 


MUNI 


SFCTA Staff Reductions 


$ 530,971 




6 


MUNI 


Ticket Vending Machines 


$ 1,900,000 




7 


MUNI 


Station Canopies 


$ 9,600,000 








A) All Canopies 










B) Vi Canopies 







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No. 


Source 


Item 


Value 


Rank 


8 


MUNI 


CCTV & SCADA 


$ 2,500,000 








A) Both CCTV and SCADA 










B) CCTV's Only 
















9 


MUNI 


Mission Rock &. South Street Station Finishes 


$ 400,000 




10 


MUNI 


Reduce Segment F 


$ 1,319,437 




11 


SFCTA 


Reduce Detailed Design Budget 


$ 3,500,000 




12 


SFCTA 


Reduce Design Support During Construction 


$10,000,000 




13 


SFCTA 


Reduce Project Management During Construction 


$ 5,000,000 





9. MTA CAC Finance and Administration Committee (FAC Recommendation on 
Use of Lease/ Leaseback Revenue: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT AT LEAST A MAJORITY IF NOT ALL 
OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE BREDA LEASE/ LEASEBACK 
TRANSACTIONS (FIRST TRANCHE) BE USED TO ESTABLISH AN 
OPERATING RESERVE AND/OR RESERVE FOR LIABILITIES INSTEAD 
OF CAPITAL EXPENSES. 

The Chair indicated that this was an item approved at the Finance and Administration 
Committee meeting on July 9 th and requested that Mr. Pilpel introduce the item. Mr. Pilpel 
indicated that Muni has concluded the Lease/Leaseback Transactions with some tax 
advantage. The bottom line is a result in a $35 1 /2M one-time availability of funds. Mr. Pilpel 
stated that it was Muni's intentions to use the money for a variety of projects; that a project 
list is being developed and there is some $100M in projects being considered for possible 
funding in part with the $35 1 /2M. Mr. Pilpel further stated that Muni intends is to use the 
money for capital projects for one-time use only. He added, at the same time, there is a 
substantial shortfall of $1.2B in the Capital Program, which is a huge policy issue that we 
need to deal with at the CAC at some point soon. Mr. Pilpel reminded the Council that the 
MTA CAC had previously urged that an operating reserve be created as part of the operating 
budget. Mr. Pilpel stated that Muni Staff has indicated that there are difficulties in 
establishing an operating reserve now given the reduction in the operating budget. Mr. 
Pilpel commented that Muni is planning to develop a final list of items to be funded from this 
one-time source sometime next month or in September. In advance of the development of 
the final list of items to be funded from this one-time source, Mr. Pilpel indicated that it was 
the Committee's intention to alert Muni of the Council's concern that some of those funds be 
set aside for an operating reserve or a reserve for liabilities might be an additional or better 
use of such funds. Mr. Murphy commented that to clarify the reserve for liabilities point 
made by Mr. Pilpel, Gigi Harrington (Deputy General Manager, Finance and Administration) in 
a presentation made to the Finance and Administration Committee indicated that given extra 
cash that could be applied for operating reserve, it might be more cost efficient for Muni to 
apply those monies to unfunded liabilities which might provide a greater return on 
investments. Mr. Pilpel commented in terms of an operating reserve, his understanding is 
that special districts, school districts, and other agencies that have there own independent 
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has a separate fund, Mr. Pilpel expressed the view that responsibly Muni should develop an 
operating reserve. Mr. Weaver, Mr. Stables and Mr. Cimento questioned if Muni would have 
sole proprietarily access to such a reserve fund, all interest accrual and would such a reserve 
fund impact the general fund contribution to Muni? The Chair and Mr. Pilpel were of the 
opinion that such an operating reserve funds would be solely accessed and controlled by 
Muni. 

Mr. Stables Called the Question. The Chair then called for a vote on the recommendation. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

10. MTA CAC Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) Recommendation on 
TWU Local 250A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Amendment Regarding 
Retirement Pick-up and 1% Pay Premium: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMEND THAT THE MTA BOARD DISAPPROVE THE 
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TWU, LOCAL 250A (9163) MEMORANDUM 
OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) REGARDING PICKUP OF EMPLOYEE 
RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTION AND CREATION OF AN ONGOING ONE 
PERCENT (1%) PAY PREMIUM. 

The Chair requested that Mr. Pilpel address the Council providing background on the 
proposed recommendation. Mr. Pilpel indicated that a special meeting of the MTA CAC was 
held on June 17 th regarding the budget and a number of recommendations addressing 
budget changes. Two of the changes included reducing the Muni Improvement Fund (MIF) 
by $475,000 and reducing platform budget without impacting service by about $500,000. 
Mr. Pilpel stated that his understanding was that in the event the labor deal is agreed to and 
money is made available in the current year, the MIF and platform budget would likely be 
restore which are in his opinion and the Council's past view not much value. Mr. Pilpel 
indicated that the amendment to TWU Local 250A's MOU was consistent with the deal 
offered to all the other labor unions in the city and Muni offered it to TWU Local 250A in 
which Muni negotiates directly. Mr. Pilpel is of the opinion that the 1% pay premium creates 
a long-term obligations and the wording is such that it would be an ongoing 1% premium in 
trade for a short-term. The Chair stated that in short, the concern is that the 1% pay 
premium for this one time 2.5% savings would continue beyond the life of the current 
contract which expires in 2004 and that essentially the 1% premium would persist into future 
labor negotiations as a bargaining tool by the union. The Chair reiterated the Council's 
previous recommended cuts in the platform budget and the MIF which is already approved 
and that it is the Council's understanding that the money saved would go towards restoring 
those cuts. 

After a call for questions and discussion of the item, the Chair called for a vote. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

11. Report of MTA CAC Task Force Committee For Improving MTA CAC 
Effectiveness. The Chair indicated that since Ellen Hayes is the Chair of the Task Force 

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Committee and was not able to attend today's meeting the Chair suggested that the item be 
continued to the next Council meeting. Ms. Crowder moved the following motion which was 
seconded by Ms. Vincent: 

Motion THAT AGENDA ITEM 11 TO THE MTA CAC MEETING OF July 11, 2002 
BE CONTINUED TO THE NEXT COUNCIL MEETING. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

12. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests. The Chair suggested, in 
order to streamline the Council's meeting and to effectively manage the time of the Council's 
meeting, this item should be moved to the Committee level. The Chair stated that perhaps 
by the next Council meeting he intends to present a proposal to move this function more to 
the Committee level. Ms Crowder commented that she was agreement with the suggestion; 
however, there is a crossing of responsible staff in which more than one Committee may 
have an interest in the request and response. Following an open discussion as concerning 
the administrative process for the Council's Information Request, the Chair indicated that he 
would meet with Mr. Czechowicz and the Council's Secretary to discuss this matter. 

13. Council Members' Questions and Comments. 

Mr. Pilpel requested: 

(1) How does Muni determine its cost related to street fairs? 

(2) How does DPT determine its cost related to street fairs? 

Mr. Rolfe requested that the following be added: 

When the accountants figure out this cost, Muni divides the cost four ways; vehicle operating 
cost, vehicle maintenance cost, non-vehicle maintenance cost and administration and what is 
considered overhead. So, when Muni and DPT charges for street fairs, does charges include 
the full cost, including administrative cost or some lesser cost? Specifically, Mr. Rolfe 
indicated that a breakdown as to just what goes into determining the cost related to street 
fairs, including hourly amount for additional personnel. 

In an attempt to clarify the request, the Chair stated the request for information as, how is 
the cost related to street fairs calculated and who's paying? 

(3) How has does Muni or MTA believe that it has or is developing new revenue sources 
pursuant to Charter Section 8A.109? 

Ms Cauthen inquired as to what does Charter Section 8A.109 state. The Chair stated that 
Charter Section 8A.109 states, The Mayor, the Board of Supervisors, and the Agency 
diligently shall seek to develop new sources of funding for the Agency's operations, including 
sources of funding dedicated to the support of such operations, which can be used to 
supplement or replace that portion of the Municipal Transportation Fund consisting of 
appropriations from the General Fund of the City and County. The Chair added, simply 
speaking, getting the Agency off of General Fund and onto dedicated funding sources is the 

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long-term objective of the Proposition E. The Chair restated the question as, how are they 
complying with that and what progress is being made towards that. Mr. Czechowicz restated 
the question as, what is Muni, What is MTA doing to comply with the additional revenue 
requirement of 8A.109? 

Mr. Pilpel commented that he recalled that all the parking garages have big picture of all the 
Parking and Traffic Commissioners. It is hoped that money will not be spent to remove the 
Commissioners photographs and replace with photos of MTA Board members. 

Mr. Weaver asked what is the process for rerouting buses? Mr. Weaver is interested in 
having a bus rerouted to provide service for citizens in his community to connect to the 
Alemany Supermarket. Mr. Weaver added, that a couple months ago, Michael Burns 
attended a District 11 community group meeting. In the OMI there is a new supermarket on 
Alemany that is very difficult for people to commute from Ocean Avenue to Alemany 
Supermarket. But if a bus is rerouted per say four or five blocks we can get a bus on Ocean 
in the middle of the business district and then proceed up over the hill and connect with the 
supermarket. The Chair suggested that Mr. Weaver discuss this issue with the Council's 
Service Design and Marketing Committee who should propose a recommendation to the 
Council. 

Mr. Oka requested that major documents such as the budget document are provided on CD 
to him for ease in reviewing. 

Mr. Piipel commented that there is a meeting next week that Laura Spanjian is setting up 
with Muni-CAC Task Force to discuss staff and Council administrative matters. Mr. Pilpel also 
commented that the Council should focus on high-level policy matters in making longer-term 
recommendations that are more useful to the Agency. 

At this time the Chair recalled Agenda Item 6 - Election of MTA CAC Officers. The Chair 
indicated that the election of Vice Chair was not resolved as of the Council's last vote. In 
that Ms. Cauthen arrived after the last vote, the Chair called for another vote on the election 
of the Vice Chair. The Chair explained that both David Pilpel and Nia Crowder were 
nominated for Vice-Chair and the Council got a vote by which Ms. Crowder got six (6) votes 
and Mr. Pilpel got three (3) votes, and the Council requires eight (8) votes to elect a Vice- 
Chair under the City Charter. Mr. Murphy call for any further discussions and none was 
given. The Chair then asked by a show of hands Council members voting for David Pilpel 
Four (4) votes were indicated for Mr. Pilpel. The Chair then asked by a show of hands 
Council members voting for Nia Crowder. Six (6) votes were indicated for Ms. Crowder. Mr. 
Murphy indicated that given the outcome of the vote the Council was unable to resolve the 
issue. Therefore, it was suggested that Agenda Item 6 be continued to next month's 
meeting. Ms. Vincent moved the following, which was seconded by Mr. Oka: 

Motion: THAT THE ELECTION OF MTA CAC VICE-CHAIR BE CONTINUED TO THE 
NEXT COUNCIL MEETING. 

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The Chair stated that Mr. Pilpel would continue as Vice-Chair until such time Vice-Chair is 
elected. 

14. Committee Reports. 

a. Safety, Training and Accessibility (STAC). The Chair requested that the three 
members of the STAC meeting after the Council meeting to try to set a convenient time to 
meet that would be the regular meeting time of the Committee. Mr. Oka stated that the 
STAC is scheduled to meet at 1145 Market between 3pm and 5pm. 

b. Finance and Administration (FAC). Daniel Murphy, Chair, referenced the 
recommendations per agenda items 7, 9, and 10. The next meeting the FAC will be 
discussing Fiscal Controls, San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Corporation 
(SFMRIC), and Budget Documents Preparation Use of Lease/Leaseback Funding. The 
Committee Created a Task Force within the Committee that deals with budget and 
reengineering in an attempt to make the Committee's time more efficient. Mr. Murphy 
stated that he would continue as Committee Chair. 

c. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC). Nia Crowder, Chair, stated that the 
Committee was not able to meet in June. However, discussions at next week's meeting will 
include the N-Judah Rail Replacement: specifically the noticing or lack of noticing in the 
community and update on the Combined Natural Gas (CNG) Pilot Program. 

d. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC). David Pilpel, Chair, stated that the Committee 
is frequently holding its meeting. Significant items discussed during the June meeting of the 
Committee was the Muni Website and the CalTrain Expresses. 

e. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC). Mr. Murphy reported that the SRQC did 
meet on July 22 nd and discussed the Passenger Service Report (PSR) process and referenced 
the Council's resolution regarding the process. The Committee has also had discussion in 
setting up meeting regarding the 39 Coit Service. 

15. Adjournment. The meeting adjourned at 8:00pm. 



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Notice of Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, August 1, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, 

Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

(2 Vacancies) 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing [SPMCJ 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration f FAC) 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel,, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility (STAC) 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

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Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

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AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, August 1, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 



1. Call to Order/Roll Call 

2. Review and Adopt Minutes [Attachment] (Discussion/Action): 
MTA CAC Draft Minutes of July 11, 2002 

3. Public Comment 

4. Report of the Chair (Discussion/Action) 

5. Staff Report [Attachment] (Discussion/Action) 
Deborah Denison (Acting, MTA CAC Staff Liaison) 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Discussion/Action) 
Staff- Initiated Items 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Budget and Operation Plans 
for Fiscal Year 2003/Public Involvement Presentation [Attachment] 
(Discussion/Action) 

Mr. Fred Hamdun (Executive Director, DPT), Julia Dawson (Deputy Director, 
Administration and Finance), Diana Hammons (Director, Government Relations & 
Public Affairs) 

8. Office of the Director of Transportation Draft Resolution on Approving 
a Contract Policy for the Authorization of Contract Modifications and 
Change Order for Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Contracts 

[Attachment] (Discussion/Action) 

Vince Harris (Deputy General Manager, Construction) 

Council Member-Initiated Items 



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5:40 
5:45 

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9. Release of Raw Sewage into the Bayview Hunter's Point Community 

[Attachment] (Discussion/Action) 

Ellen Hayes (MTA CAC Member), Vince Harris (Deputy General Manager, 

Construction), Ben Leung (Project Manager, Construction) 

10. PG&E Digging for the MUNI Third Street Light Rail Project Releasing 
Airborne Asbestos Contaminating the Bayview Hunter's Point Community 

(Discussion/Action) 

Ellen Hayes (MTA CAC Member), Vince Harris (Deputy General Manager, 

Construction), Ben Leung (Project Manager, Construction) 

11. Brief Report on Muni Management Reorganization (Discussion/Action) 
Daniel Murphy, MTA CAC Chair, (Muni Staff: TBA) 



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Safety, Training and Accessibility (STAC) 

12. Committee Report (Bruce Oka, STAC Chair) (Discussion/Action) 7:30 

Last meeting held: July 29, 2002 
Items Discussed: Committee Goals and Objectives; Report on Evacuation Drill 
November 18, 2001; Pedestrian Safety; Paratransit Group Van Service Cap. 
Next regular meeting: TBA. 

Finance and Administration (FAC) 

13. Committee Report (Daniel Murphy, FAC Chair) (Discussion/Action) 7:35 

Last meeting held: July 9, 2002 

Items Discussed: Retirement Pickup Agreement Follow-up and Recommendation; 

Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF)/SoMa Service Follow-up; Fiscal Year 2001 

Audit; Translink Follow-up; Use of Leaseback Funds. 

Next regular meeting: August 13, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM. 

Pending Items: Fiscal Controls, San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement 

Corporation (SFMRIC), Budget Documents Preparation & Presentation, and Use of 

Lease/Leaseback Findings 

14. Budget and Reengineering Task Force Report (Daniel Murphy, FAC Chair) 
(Discussion/Action) 

Next meeting: August 13, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 4:15PM. 

) Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

15. Committee Report (Nia Crowder, EMC Chair) (Discussion/Action) 7:40 

Last meeting held July 18, 2002. 

Items Discussed: N-Judah Track Replacement/Cole Valley Neighborhood Impact 

Update; Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Pilot Program Update; Facilities 

Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships Between Muni, CalTran, 

and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). 

Next regular meeting: August 15, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. 

Pending Items: Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)/Alternative Fuel Pilot Program 

Update, Facilities Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships 

Between Muni, CalTrains, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). 






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16. Committee Report (David Pilpel, Chair) (Discussion/Action) 7:45 

Last meeting held: July 15, 2002. 

Items Discussed: Overview of Capital Planning and Relationship between various 

Planning Efforts; Review of Bayview Hunters Point Community Advocates, et al. vs. 

Metropolitan Transportation Commission, et al., U.S. District Court No. C-01-0750 

TEH, filed on February 21, 2001; Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan. 

Next regular meeting: August 19, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM. 

Pending Items: FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects Process and Criteria 

(Duncan Watry, Manager, Capital Planning and Grants, Margurite Fuller, Principal 

Administrative Analyst, Darton Ito, Transit Planner, Capital Planning & Legislative 

Affairs); Applications Integration Presentation (Debbie Denison and Kylie Grenier), 



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2002-03 Work Plans, Data Collection Plan, Graphics and Design Guidelines, Marketing 
Review, Metro Signage, Quarterly Reviews, Priorities for Service Additions and/or 
Cuts (including Late Night/Owl and Short-term Service Change Proposals), Special 
Event Service Planning, Fare Policies. 

Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 

17. Committee Report (Joan Downey, Chair) (Discussion/Action) 7:50 

Last meeting held: July 22, 2002. 

Items Discussed: Passenger Service Reports (PSRs), 30 Marina Express PM 

Schedule, Service and Signage Improvements to 39 Coit Service. 

Next regular meeting: August 26, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM. 

Pending Items: 39 Coit Service, Proof of Payment (POP) Presentation, PSR Process, 

Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Service Planning, Station Operations, M- 

Line and N-Line Studies Conducted by Rescue Muni Metro Committee, Bus Cleaning, 

Muni Inspectors, Central Control. 

18. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests (Discussion/Action) 7:55 

19. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action) 8:00 

Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council (MTA CAC) 

Last meeting held: July 11, 2002. 

Next regular meeting: September 5, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 
) Pending Item: Sunshine Ordinance Training, FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects 
Process and Criteria. 

20. Adjournment 8:05 

Attachments: 

• MTA CAC Draft Minutes of July 11, 2002 (Agenda Item 2) 

• Staff Report (Agenda Item 5) 

• The Department of Parking and Traffic General Overview (Agenda Item 7) 

• Office of the Director of Transportation Draft Resolution on Approving a Contract 
Policy for the Authorization of Contract Modifications and Change Orders for 
Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Contracts (Agenda Item 8) 

• Our Community Daily News Fax of The San Francisco Examiner article "City balks at 
Bayview stink" by Michael Stoll of Monday July 15, 2002; Daniel Murphy's email of 
Wednesday, July 17, 2002 5:55PM; Status Report on The Leak Duckbank® Islais 
Creek (7/24/02) (Agenda Item 9) 

• Ellen Hayes' email of Friday July 19, 2002 2:55PM (Subject: Letters to send on 
asbestos in dug material on Third Street) (Agenda Item 10) 



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1. Call to Order/Roll Call (Agenda Item 1): The meeting was called to order at 5:36 
p.m. 

a. Members Present: Daniel Murphy (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), Sue 
Cauthen, Art Cimento, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 
Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver 

b. Members Absent: Nia Crowder, Tom Wetzel 

c. Muni Staff Present: Deborah Denison (Acting Staff Liaison), Vince Harris (Deputy 
General Manager, Construction), Benjamin Leung (Project Manager, Construction), Vincent 
Dunlap (CAC Secretary) 

d. DPT Staff Present: Mr. Fred Hamdun (Executive Director, DPT), James Howard 
(Deputy Director Joint Enforcement), Bon Yee (Deputy Director Traffic Engineering and 
Operations), Mary Ellen O'Brien (Deputy Director, Citation and Parking Services Division), 
Terry Moran (Hearing Division), Ron Szetol (Director, Parking Authority Director), Julia 
Dawson (Deputy Director, Administration and Finance), Gary Wiseman (Parking Control 
Officers), James Hudson (Parking Control Officers) 

2. Public Comment (Agenda Item 3). The Chair made a change in the agenda order by 
calling for Public Agenda Item 3 - Public Comment. Noting that there were no members of 
the public present the Chair then called for Agenda Item 2 - Review and Adopt MTA CAC 
Draft Minutes of July 11, 2002. 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes (Agenda Item 2). Following a discussion initiated by 
Norman Rolfe regarding several typographical errors in the Council's draft minutes of July 
11 th meeting, Linton Stables' suggested that typographical changes identified by Mr. Rolfe be 
submitted to the Secretary for inclusion, and moved: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC DRAFT MINUTES FOR JULY 11 BE ACCEPTED. 



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The motion was not seconded and therefore failed. 

Ellen Hayes then commented that regarding the July 15 th Service Design and Marketing 
Committee (SDMC) minutes (agenda) her name had been omitted as a member of that 
Committee. The Secretary explained that a correction was made (prior to posting the notice 
of the meeting on the Muni Website). 

David Pilpel moved the following motion, which was seconded by Sue Cauthen: 

MOTION: THE ADOPTION OF THE MTA CAC DRAFT MINUTES FOR JULY 11, 2002 
BE CONTINUED TO THE COUNCIL'S NEXT MEETING. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

4. Report of the Chair (Agenda Item 4). Daniel Murphy directed that Council members 
disregard a copy of an email that was included in the information package received for 
today's meeting. The email concerned the non-continuing status of a Council member 
serving as Vice-Chair when a majority of votes for the Vice-Chair position had not been 
attained. The Chair stated that per his conversation with Robert Bryan (Deputy, City 
Attorney), Mr. Bryan reviewed relevant rules and regulation, and decided that in fact an 
officer does continue because there is no expiration of term. 

Under the report of the Chair, Ms. Hayes indicated she had received a copy of an article from 
the Chronicle regarding Mr. Curtis E. Green from Nia Crowder since Ms. Crowder would not 
be able to attend today's meeting due to a previous commitment. Ms. Hayes read from the 
article as follows: 

"Curtis E. Green who's rise from bus driver to the top job of San Francisco's Municipal 
Railway made him a pioneer in American public transit. He died Saturday after a long illness 
at the age of 78. Mr. Green was the first African-American that headed a major U.S. Transit 
System. He retired in 1982 after a 37-year career with the Muni. Five years later, the 
railway's principal rail base where the cars are kept and repaired, was named Curtis E. Green 
Light Rail Center in his honor. Mr. Green ran Muni in difficult times when the agency was 
making the transition from a run-down bus oriented operation to a system centered around a 
sleek multi-million dollar subway called Muni Metro. Mr. Green was born in Louisiana, served 
as a sergeant in the Marine Corps during World War II, and jointed Muni as a 90 cent per 
hour bus driver in 1945. He spent nearly 20-years behind the wheel; won 11 awards for safe 
driving. Mr. Green, when he retired early in 1982, Diane Finestein called him a loveable and 
compassionate man. In his retirement, Mr. Green worked as an Executive for a firm that 
handled distribution of new transit buses. He was also a consultant and devoted a good deal 
of time to following the San Francisco 49'er - one of his passions in life. He is survived by 
his wife Bonita and three grown children. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 6:30 on Friday 
at St. Mary's Cathedral, Geary Boulevard and Gough in San Francisco." 

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MOTION: PERHAPS WITHOUT OBJECTION THAT WHEN TODAY'S MEETING IS 
AJOURNED IT IS DONE IN THE MEMORY OF MR. CURTIS E. GREEN. 

The motion unanimously passed without objection. 

5. Staff Report (Agenda Item 5). Deborah Denison stated she was acting for Paul 
Czechowicz and had prepared the staff report for the month of July, which was provided in 
Council Members' information package and would answer any questions or address 
comments regarding the report. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that he did not receive notification of tonight's meeting in his district 
concerning the L Construction and requested to ensure that the Muni outreach team has all 
council members' addresses for mailing of community notice and events. 

Mr. Pilpel commented on the August 2002 Special Events Calendar, an attachment to the 
Staff Report, which indicated that there is scheduled a Wednesday, August 28 th , 49'ers 
football game at 6:00pm with a motor coach impact of 50 vehicles. Mr. Pilpel expressed 
concerns regarding MUNI bus transportation to Candlestick Park impact on rush hour 
services; specifically, how service is to be managed and where service impacts may occur 
elsewhere in the city. Ms. Denison indicated that coordination with Scheduling would be 
done to address Mr. Pilpel's concerns. 

Mr. Pilpel requested that Item 10, CS-138 Professional Engineering Services for Third Street 
Light Rail Transportation Phase II: New Central Subway - Award, listed on the Construction 
Division Rolling Agenda of Calendar Items be referred to the Council's Engineering and 
Maintenance Committee (EMC). 

The Chair indicated that the Council is referring without objection Item 10 to the 
EMC. 

Mr. Pilpel inquired if the Council currently has a representative on the Merger Task Force? 
The Chair indicated that Linton Stables would continue to serve as the Council's Merger Task 
Force representative and would report directly back to the Chair the status of the task force. 
Sue Cauthen noted that one of the agenda items on the Task Force agenda was the CAC 
Working Group. The Chair explained that currently there is a working group set-up with 
representatives from the General Manager's Office, the MTA CAC Vice-Chair and Chair to 
discuss issues of structure and communications to improve information flow, and the 
relationship between the Council and the organization. 

6. Election of MTA CAC Officers (Agenda Item 6). The Chair stated that Ms. Crowder 
contacted him and expressed her continued interest in seeking election to the Vice-Chair 
position and asked that Agenda Item 6 be continued to the next meeting due to her inability 
to attend today's meeting. Mr. Stables moved the following motion, which was seconded by 
Mr. Oka: 

MOTION: THAT AGENDA ITEM 6 - ELECTION OF MTA CAC OFFICERS (VICE- 
CHAIR) BE REFEFFED TO THE NEXT COUNCIL'S MEETING. 

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The motion unanimously passed. 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Budget and Operation Plans for Fiscal 
Year 2003/ Public Involvement Presentation (Agenda Item 7). The Chair commented 
that representative from DPT are present to address the Council and further stated that DPT 
is part of the Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) as of July 1, 2002. The MTA CAC 
serves as the Citizens' Advisory Council to both the MTA and to the Department of Parking 
and Traffic. Mr. Fred Hamdun (Executive Director, DPT) began by introducing the DPT staff 
in attendance, outlining the Department's Mission statement, and providing a general 
overview of the Department's Divisions and responsibilities. Mr. Hamdun indicated that any 
interaction between the MTA CAC and the DPT should be directed through Diana Hammons 
(DPT Director, Government Relations & Public Affairs). Subsequently, a questions and 
answers period was afforded in which the following requests and comments were made: 

Mr. Pilpel requested that the Parking Authority provide a one-sheet summary 
listing the location, the number of available parking spaces at each of the parking 
facilities (City's garages/off-street metered facilities) and identify who operates 
the facility, i.e., a non-profit organization, corporation, etc. 

Mr. Pilpel initiated a discussion on establishing procedures as to how Council's concerns 
under the purview of the DPT, vis-a-vis DPT desiring citizenry input on departmental matters 
are addressed, and the interaction between the DPT and the MTA CAC. Mr. Hamdun stated 
that tonight is the first step in the process that will progress over time. He continued by 
stating that the details will be addressed as interaction between the MTA CAC and the DPT 
occurs. Mr. Hamdun acknowledged that he views the MTA CAC as a sounding board for 
advice on policy matters prior to the Department presenting such policy before the MTA. He 
further commented that the MTA CAC is a wonderful resource to workout community 
problems and is looking forward to a productive and positive relationship. 

The Chair expressed the opinion that it is hoped the advisory role of the MTA CAC will also 
encompass a more collaborate working relations. Mr. Murphy stated that the Council would 
be able to provide a much more meaningful input in the developing policy if allowed to share 
in the policy making process as early as six to twenty-four months prior to the finalized 
development of such policy. Mr. Hamdun concurred with the Chair's opinion. 

Mr. Oka requested that members of the DPT Staff be able to attend the MTA CAC 
Safety, Training and Accessibility Committee (STAC) meetings. 

It was explained that the Department's Operating Budget contains performance measures by 
Divisions that are not financial measurements but are functional/performance measurements. 
Art Cimento proposed DPT share with the Council at some point what the 
methodologies, goals and performance measures are for the Department. James 
Howard (Deputy Director, Enforcement) provided examples as to how enforcement 
performance measures are accessed, i.e., by keeping public transportation moving, 
confiscating abused disabled parking permits, etc. Mr. Stables suggested that if the 
Council plans to review matrix, and are particular interested in the movement of 

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transit, the matrices should indicate statistics on traffic jams/parking situations 
that inhibits Muni from fulfilling its requirements. 

Mr. Cimento requested comments be provided concerning major initiatives for Fiscal Year 
2003 and plans to implement these initiative. Mr. Hamdun responded that the continuation 
of the Unclogging of the Streets Program with a new implementation in dealing with truck 
zones based on the definition change of a truck being a vehicle having six wheels or more; 
the Pedestrian Safety, the Department's Traffic Call Me and ITMS Programs; improving 
customer service through Parking Services by increasing Department's attendance at 
community meetings and more community involvement; replacing the City's 23,000 
electronic meters, and awarding a new towing contract to tow approximately 80,000 cars per 
year just to name a few. 

The Chair indicated that it would be valuable to have the Council receive a 
presentation concerning the ITMS Program, and the current planning and 
construction phase for the Control Room. 

The Chair expressed his appreciation and thanks to the DPT Staff for coming to today's 
meeting. 

8. Office of the Director of Transportation Draft Resolution on Approving a 
Contract Policy for the Authorization of Contract Modifications and Change Order 
for Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Contracts (Agenda Item 8). Vince Harris 
indicated that Agenda Item 8 is a planned MTA Board calendar item for Council input. The 
intent of the document in terms as it relates to contract modifications of any kind, as well as 
change orders is to use the document agency-wide. Mr. Harris believes that all the 
information necessary to use the document agency-wide has not been included. Mr. Harris 
stated that the draft does not incorporate a series of comments that were provided to the 
MTA Secretary, that there are some inaccuracies in the document, and requested that it not 
be used as the basis for discussion. He recommended that Agenda Item 8 be deferred until 
it is in a more complete form. In response to the Chair's inquiry, Mr. Harris stated that 
should the Council decide to defer the item, the MTA Board would not have acted on it. The 
Chair indicated that Mr. Harris is to ensure revised draft is provided to the Council's 
Secretary in time for the Council's September meeting. In response to Mr. Pilpel 
requested that Agenda Item 8 be referred to the Finance & Administration 
Committee (FAC), the Chair indicated that Agenda Item 8 will be referred to the 
FAC for its August 13 th meeting. Mr. Pilpel also requested a copy of MTA 
Resolution 00-125 be attached or incorporated with the revised draft. Pertaining 
to the various delegated authorities as proposed in the draft, Mr. Pilpel requested 
that in addition to the "percent and or total not to exceed", could some language 
be provided about the cumulative amount, that once the total of modifications 
reach a particular cumulative amount some type of review process is required. 

9. Release of Raw Sewage into the Bayview Hunter's Point Community (Agenda 
Item 9). The Chair requested that Ellen Hayes introduce Agenda Item 9. Ms. Hayes stated 
that the citizens of the Bayview- Hunter's Point community are concern about the impact this 
accident has had on the health of community residents. . She stated that Muni was laying 

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cable for the Third Street Light Rail Project under Islais Creek on the southern edge of 
Potrero Hill when a contractor punctured the sewage line causing millions of gallons of raw 
sewage to ruin about 1/3 of the park. She commented that a lawsuit was opened for 
damages and it doesn't look like anything been done by Muni to restore the property. An 
article from The San Francisco Examiner dated Monday, July 15, 2002 was reference 
regarding the accident. Mr. Harris stated that this is an important issue to Muni that Muni is 
concerned about and certainly does not take lightly. He further stated that raw sewage had 
not completely been released into the park area. Benjamin Leung (Project Manager, 
Construction) explained that the sewage had been treated and can be described as 
secondary treated affluent - which had gone through sedimentfication, screening and grit 
removal processes, chemical treatment to remove harmful matter; and had been disinfected 
and dechlorinated to not harm bio organisms. Mr. Harris stated that Muni's immediate took 
action by having the contractor seal the leak and provided the council a status report on the 
leak and ductbank work at Islais Creek dated July 24, 2002. He further stated that it is 
Muni's intent is to clearly repair the park, however, responsibility for the accident has not yet 
been determined and due to the complexities of the issue the lawsuit has not been resolved. 

Mr. Pilpel suggested that since the Third Street Light Rail Project is such a large 
and sensitive project, the Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) should 
list the Third Street Light Rail Project as a standing item on the Committee's 
agenda for the next two years. 

The Chair indicated that he would notify the EMC Chair, Ms. Crowder, to continue 
to monitor this situation in regards to Third Street. 

10. PG&E Digging for the MUNI Third Street Light Rail Project Releasing 
Airborne Asbestos Contaminating the Bayview Hunter's Point Community (Agenda 
Item 10). Ms. Hayes commented that Agenda Item 10 is also a related health issue for the 
citizens of Bayview/Hunters Point. Stanley Muraoka (Redevelopment Agency) prepared the 
draft letters attached to Agenda Item 10 which call for an immediate stop to all Muni and 
PG&E construction activity until a program is implemented to completely remove the dug 
material from the construction area and place only clean fill materials into the streets. 
Further, it was requested that steps be taken to prevent Muni and/or PG&E from stockpiling 
dug material on Third Street or in any other area where residential or business activities 
occurs. Ms. Hayes commented that she had seen on television that activities had been 
halted for a period and ask what is currently happening. Mr. Harris reaffirmed that Muni 
clearly takes responsibility for the full project. There are activities being handled by a variety 
of contractors. He explained that some of the protocols are different depending on which 
lead agency is handling the work. Muni is proactive in ensuring the whole site is kept clean 
and that materials are covered and watered down, and extra precautions are being taken in 
regards to workers health concerns as well. Muni has contacted PG&E and requested that 
PG&E ensures compliance as it relates to the handling of materials as Muni continuously 
does. Mr. Harris commented that the issue of soil handling and asbestos are somewhat 
separate issues that have been merged into one discussion. He provided comment regarding 
both issues, and an overview of the soil classification process and the structural usability of 
the soil. Mr. Leung commented that in the area there is a natural form of serpentine 
asbestos. Mr. Harris pointed out that Muni obtained approval from all the appropriate 

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agencies that approved the materials as long as it is properly handled. In that asbestos is an 
airborne substance, the issue concerning the hazard of asbestos really has to do with dust 
not so much the handling of material offsite. Ms. Hayes inquired as to the reason Muni 
shutdown operation. Mr. Leung explained monitoring indicated elevated level of asbestos 
was occurring and Muni wanted to determine why and its impact on public health. Mr. Leung 
provided technical information as to how asbestos is measured. Mr. Harris commented that 
Muni is working within protocol through the Department of Public Works' Bureau of Site 
Assessment and Remediation (SAR) who basically has provided technical information to Muni 
making sure the site is safe. He Harris indicated that other experts are being brought in to 
giving guidance and prepare a revised plan. 

Ms. Hayes requested that Agenda Items 9 and 10 continue to appear on the 
Council's information request matrix so that the Council can continually monitor 
their progress. 

11. Brief Report on Muni Management Reorganization (Agenda Item 11). The Chair 
introduced this agenda item by stating with the inclusion of the Department of Parking and 
Traffic (DPT) into the MTA there has been a reorganization of management to reflect that 
fact. Ms. Denison provided background for this item, per the Chair's request. She began by 
stating the reorganization began on July 18 to create some oversight of Muni, as a whole, 
due to the number of significantly large projects coming into effect. An Executive Staff was 
created to continue the whole oversight customer services emphases by bring Customer 
Service, System Safety and Security Programs onto the Executive Staff's Team. Ms. Denison 
indicated that Fred Stephens became General Manager and the new Maintenance/General 
Manager's headquarters is now at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue. Vince Harris (Deputy General 
Manager, Construction) became a member of the General Manager's staff which is one step 
in bring the Construction and Maintenance closer together. She also pointed out that 
Marketing and the Communications group, with Maggie Lynch as part of the Executive Team, 
became part of the Capital Planning and External Affairs group. 

Mr. Cimento asked if the Human Resources, Finance and External Affairs functions are 
centralized for both DPT and Muni? Ms. Denison responded that the functions are not 
centralized at this time, however; maybe in the future centralization might occur. The Chair 
indicated that the MTA CAC is on record recommending that there be some consolidation of 
those functions and the feedback the Council has received is that a slow integration of those 
functions will transpire. In response to questions concerning the review process regarding 
the organization change, Ms. Denison stated that as she understands from the transmittal is 
that there will be a review of the proposed structure by labor unions, Muni's Mission 
Committee, and the Citizens' Advisory Council. 

Mr. Weaver suggested that the chart entitled Municipal Transportation Agency 
need to have a place for the MTA CAC. 

Mr. Cimento expressed the opinion that given the Council's role is to advise the MTA Board, 
consolidating the functions could save money and fundamentally this is a Board of Directors 
issue. Mr. Cimento then moved the following motion, which was seconded by Mr. Oka: 



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MOTION: IN LIGHT OF THE PROPOSED MTA REORGANIZATION, AS PROPOSED 
BY THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ON JULY 26, 2002, THE CAC 
RECOMMENDS THE MTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS REQUIRE OR 
ENCOURAGE THAT THE MTA CONSOLIDATE ADMINISTRATIVE 
FUNCTIONS BETWEEN MUNI AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKING 
AND TRAFFIC, SPECIFICALLY, HUMAN RESOURCES, FINANCE AND 
ADMINISTRATION AND EXTERNAL AFFAIRS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

The Chair then asked if there were any further discussion on the motion. Joan Downey 
requested that either the word "require" or "encourage" be used and indicated that she 
preferred the word "require". The Chair then indicated that Ms. Downey's suggestion was a 
friendly amendment to the motion and that the words "or encourage" be deleted from the 
motion. Mr. Cimento agreed with the suggestion. Mr. Pilpel suggested that the words 
"external affairs" be removed. He expressed the view that external affairs for DPT and Muni 
are substantially different, and are appropriately housed within the Department. Mr. Pilpel 
stated that he was going to suggest that the DPT's Capital Planning and External Affairs 
group in fact report to Muni's General Manager. Mr. Cimento and Mr. Oka agreed with Mr. 
Pilpel's suggested change to the motion. The Chair indicated that the reorganization 
issue would go to the Council's Finance and Administration Committee and if this 
motion is approved this motion will be presented to the MTA Board on Tuesday (August 6 th ). 

The Chair then indicated seeing no further discussion, a called for a vote on the motion as 
amended was taken. The amended motion reads: 

MOTION: IN LIGHT OF THE PROPOSED MTA REORGANIZATION, AS PROPOSED 
BY THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ON JULY 26, 2002, THE CAC 
RECOMMENDS THE MTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS REQUIRE THAT THE 
MTA CONSOLIDATE ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS BETWEEN MUNI 
AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC, SPECIFICALLY, 
HUMAN RESOURCES, FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION AS SOON AS 
POSSIBLE. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

The Chair then allowed Mr. Pilpel time to comment on the proposal to establish the 
Operations Headquarters at 700 Pennsylvania. Mr. Pilpel expressed the view that the 700 
Pennsylvania location is a relatively inaccessible location. He further stated that it is 
important that the Operations General Manager's position and immediate support staff be 
located at either 401 Van Ness or at 949 Presidio. Also, he restated his view that the DPT's 
Capital Planning and External Affairs group in fact report to Muni's General Manager. He 
suggested that the Council should look critically at those functions that are intrinsic to Muni 
and that those functions stay within Muni, and only those functions that are organization- 
wide between Muni and DPT be reserved to the MTA. 

12. Safety, Training and Accessibility Committee (STAC) Report (Agenda Item 12). 
Mr. Stables stated that the last meeting of the STAC was held on July 29, 2002. The 
Committee is specifically going to concentrate on doing some initial outreach and 

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coordination with the Bicycle Advisory Council, the Muni Accessibility Committee (MAC), and 
the Pedestrian Safety Task Force once the task force is organized. The Committee also 
discussed the service cap and the budget on Para transit Group Van Service. Regular 
meeting for the STAC was agreed to be held on the second Thursday of every month. 

13. Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) Report (Agenda Item 13). The 
Committee Chair stated that the FAC did not meet because the Council's July meeting was 
moved to July 11 th . The next meeting of the FAC is on August 13 th and an agenda will be 
release soon. 

14. Budget and Reengineering Task Force Report (Agenda Item 14). Next meeting is 
scheduled for August 13, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 4:15PM. 

15. Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) Report (Agenda Item 15). 
Mr. Weaver provided the Chairs report by stating that at the last meeting (July 18, 2002) the 
Committee discussed the situation with the potential future bus purchases, and what state 
and local issues were involved. The EMC is of the opinion that the Board of Supervisor 
seems ready to prevent Muni from purchasing diesel buses for evermore. Even though there 
is an indication at this point the diesel buses are cleaner that the other buses being 
promoted. Next regular meeting is scheduled for August 16, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 
4:00 PM. Mr. Rolfe commented that it is his understand that the present engines 
that are in the Muni buses could burn bio-diesel without any modifications, 
however finding fuel may be difficult. The Chair indicated that he would ask the 
Engineer about Mr. Rolfe's comment at the next EMC meeting. 

16. Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) Report (Agenda Item 16). The 
Chair indicated that the Committee did meet on July 15, 2002. The three items the 
committee spent the most time on were the Overview of Capital Planning and Relationship 
between various Planning Efforts, Review of Bayview Hunters Point Community Advocates, et 
al. vs. Metropolitan Transportation Commission, et al., U.S. District Court No. C-01-0750 
TEH, filed on February 21, 2001; and Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan. Mr. Pilpel 
suggested that the facts sheet on the lawsuit should be distributed. Also the Committee 
touched on a concern that Mr. Weaver had about service to the Albertson on Alemany, 
service to Chinatown to Sunset, and the timetable book in conjunction with the August 31 st 
signup. Next regular meeting: of the Committee is August 19, 2002. In response to Mr. 
Rolfe's concern that the next edition of the map will not show every street, Mr. 
Pilpel stated that the he would discuss the matter at the next SDMC meeting. 

17. Service Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) Report. Ms. Downey stated 
that at the last meeting (July 22, 2002) the Committee discussed with neighborhood and 
community organization representative the issues concerning Service and Signage 
Improvements to 39 Coit Service. Sue Cauthen and neighborhood representatives plan to 
meet and draft a proposed plan for the Committee's review. Ms. Cauthen announced that a 
community meeting to discuss the will be held on Saturday, August 3 rd , 11am at Malbinas. 
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18. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests. The Council's matrixes were 
reviewed 

19. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action). 

Municipal Transportation Agency Citizens' Advisory Council (MTA CAC) 

Last meeting held: July 11, 2002. 

Next regular meeting: September 5, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 

Pending Item: Sunshine Ordinance Training, FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects 

Process and Criteria. 

20. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 8:05 pm. 

Attachments: 

• MTA CAC Draft Minutes of July 11, 2002 (Agenda Item 2) 

• Staff Report (Agenda Item 5) 

• The Department of Parking and Traffic General Overview (Agenda Item 7) 

• Office of the Director of Transportation Draft Resolution on Approving a Contract 
Policy for the Authorization of Contract Modifications and Change Orders for Municipal 
Transportation Agency (MTA) Contracts (Agenda Item 8) 

• Our Community Daily News Fax of The San Francisco Examiner article "City balks at 
Bayview stink" by Michael Stoll of Monday July 15, 2002; Daniel Murphy's email of 
Wednesday, July 17, 2002 5:55PM; Status Report on The Leak Duckbank@ Islais 
Creek (7/24/02) (Agenda Item 9) 



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2) Notice of Cancellation 

f ' of 

^•3 Regular Meeting 

Thursday, September 5, 2002 at 5:30pm 
5// j 401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 

(Conference Room) 
San Francisco, CA 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

Members: 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), $£P 3 2002 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 
Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, SAN Francisco 

Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel PUBLIC library 

(2 Vacancies) 



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Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing (SDMC) 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality (SROO 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration fJFACj 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel,, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training & Accessibility (STAC) 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



401 VAN NESS AVENUE-SUITE 334 -SAN FRANCISCO-CA. 94102-4524 
ffi(415) 554-6896 FAX (415) 554-4143 



09-03-02P02.-18 RC 



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Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, 
between McAllister and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor 
lobby, take either elevator to the 3 rd floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four 
blocks from the meeting location. Accessible Muni bus line nearest the meeting location is the 47 
Van Ness. The closest MUNI Metro stop is the Van Ness Muni Station, where one can transfer to a 
47 Van Ness bus. For more information about Muni accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A 
bicycle rack is located outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage 
(entrance on the south side of McAllister Street, between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycle 
racks in view of a parking attendant. 

For assistance with special needs (large print agendas, sign language interpreters, etc.), call 
Vincent Dunlap at least 72 hours in advance of need at (415) 554-6873. 

In order to assist the City's efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental 
illness, multiple chemical sensitivity, or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are 
reminded that other attendees may be sensitive to various chemical-based products. Please help 
the City to accommodate these individuals. 

Use of Cell Phones, Pagers, and Similar Sound-Producing Electronic Devices 

The ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are 
prohibited at this meeting. Please be advised that the Chair may order the removal from the 
meeting room of any person(s) responsible for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other 
similar sound-producing electronic devices. 

Know Your Rights Under the Sunshine Ordinance 
(Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code) 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. 
Commissions, boards, councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the 
peoples' business. This ordinance assures that deliberations are conducted before the people and 
that City operations are open to the peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and 
copying at 401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. Notices and agendas 
are posted on Muni's website at http://www.5fmuni.com/cac . 

For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San 
Francisco Administrative Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail 
to Administrator, Sunshine Ordinance Task Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, City Hall, Room 
409, San Francisco, CA 94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax (415) 554-5163 or by email 
at Donna Hall@ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested in obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms. 
Hall or by printing Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code on the Internet at 
http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/bdsupvrs/sunshine.htm . 

Lobbyist Ordinance 

Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative 
action may be required by the San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code, Section 
2.100, to register and report lobbying activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, 
contact the Ethics Commission at 30 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 3900, San Francisco, CA 94102, 
telephone (415) 581-2300, fax (415) 581-2317, or visit their website at 
http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/ethics/ . 




Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens ' Advisory Council 
City and County of San Francisco 



NOTICE OF CANCELLATION 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, September 5, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 









401 VAN NESS AVENUE-SUITE 334 -SAN FRANCISCO-CA. 94102-4524 
»(415) 554-6896 FAX (415) 554-4143 



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Municipal Transportation Agency 

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City & County of §an Francisco 

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Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

Members: 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, 

Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel nnm ii.r-. ,-, 

(2 Vacancies) DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

Committees : SEP f 9 22Z2 

Service Design and Marketing fSDMC) SAN FRANCISCO 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality [SRQCj 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration (FAC) 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training, and Accessibility (STAC) 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 
Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 
(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



401 VAN NESS AVENUE-SUITE 334 -SAN FRANCISCO-CA. 94102-4524 
ffi(415) 554-6873 FAX (415)554-4103 



Disability Access 

This meeting will be held in Room 334 (Conference Room) at 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, between 
McAllister and Grove Streets (the War Memorial Veterans' Building). From the first floor lobby, take either 
elevator to the 3 rd floor, make a left, and enter through Room 334. 

The meeting location is wheelchair accessible. The closest BART station is Civic Center, about four blocks 
from the meeting location. Accessible Muni bus line nearest the meeting location is the 47 Van Ness. The 
closest MUNI Metro stop is the Van Ness Muni Station, where one can transfer to a 47 Van Ness bus. For 
more information about Muni accessible services, call (415) 923-6142. 

There is accessible on-street vehicle parking available in the vicinity of the meeting location. A bicycle rack is 
located outside the main entrance to 401 Van Ness. The Civic Center Garage (entrance on the south side of 
McAllister Street, between Polk and Larkin Streets) includes bicycle racks in view of a parking attendant. 

For assistance with special needs (large print agendas, sign language interpreters, etc.), call Vincent Dunlap 
at least 72 hours in advance of need at (415) 554-6873. 

In order to assist the City's efforts to accommodate persons with severe allergies, environmental illness, 
multiple chemical sensitivity, or related disabilities, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical-based products. Please help the City to accommodate these 
individuals. 

Use of Cell Phones, Pagers, and Similar Sound-Producing Electronic Devices 

The ringing of and use of cell phones, pagers and similar sound-producing electronic devices are prohibited at 
this meeting. Please be advised that the Chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any 
person(s) responsible for the ringing or use of a cell phone, pager, or other similar sound-producing electronic 
devices. 

Know Your Rights Under the Sunshine Ordinance 
(Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code) 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions, 
boards, councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the peoples' business. This 
ordinance assures that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the 
peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and copying at 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. Notices and agendas are posted on Muni's 
website at http://www.sfmuni.com/cac . 

For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail to Administrator, 
Sunshine Ordinance Task Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, City Hall, Room 409, San Francisco, CA 
94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax (415) 554-5163 or by email at Donna Hail@ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested in obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms. Hall or by 
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http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/bdsupvrs/sunshine.htm . 

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Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative action may be 
required by the San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code, Section 2.100, to register and 
report lobbying activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, contact the Ethics Commission 
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Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

Special Meeting 

Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

AGENDA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 

2. Public Comment 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes of July 11, 2002 and August 1, 2002 (Discussion/Action) 
[Attachment] 

4. Report of the Chair (Discussion/Action) 

5. Staff Report (Paul Czechowicz, MTA CAC Staff Liaison) (Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Discussion/Action) 

Council Member-Initiated Items (Discussion/Action) 

Ocean Avenue Reconstruction and Improvement Project (Daniel Weaver, MTA CAC Member; 
John Katz, Transit Manager, Muni Construction Project Integration) [Attachment] 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE RECONFIGURATION OF THE 
PHELAN LOOP INCLUDE CONSTRUCTION OF A PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY 
TRANSIT WAITING AREA ALONG OCEAN AVENUE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF 
THE LOOP ISLAND AND MOVE PARKING SPACES TO THE NORTH SIDE OF 
THE LOOP ISLAND. 

8. MTA CAC Recommendation on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)/Alternative Fuel Pilot 
Program (Daniel Murphy, MTA CAC Chair) 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE MTA AND MUNI STRONGLY 
OPPOSE ANY EFFORT OR RESOLUTION TO HALT TESTING OF ALTERNATIVE 
FUEL VEHICLES. THE MTA CAC BELIEVES THAT ADDITIONAL TESTING IS 
NECESSARY AND WARRANTED BEFORE COMMITTING TO ANY SPECIFIC 
ALTERNATIVE FUELS TECHNOLOGY OR PROCUREMENT OF NEW VEHICLES, 
PARTICULARLY TECHNOLOGIES OR VEHICLES THAT WOULD REQUIRE THE 
CONSTRUCTION OR INSTALLATION OF NEW FUELING FACILITIES. 

Staff-Initiated Items (Discussion/Action) 

9. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation and Overview of Traffic Engineering, 
Operations, and the Transit Preferential Streets (TPS) Program (Bond Yee, City Traffic Engineer 
and Deputy Director, DPT; Britt Thesen, DPT Traffic Engineer) [Attachment] 



Committee Reports (Discussion/Action) 

10. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) (David Pilpel, SDMC Chair) 

Last Meeting held: August 19, 2002 

Items Discussed: Muni Marketing (Status Report on Marketing Activities, Graphics and Design 
Guidelines, Metro Signage), Muni Communications & Community Affairs (Detail Level On 
Muni Map; Cultural Institutions Outreach/Promotion of Muni Service to Cultural Events; 
Consolidation of Passenger Brochures, Flyers, Newsletters and Notices), CAC Effectiveness, 
Relationships with Staff and Ways and Means to Improve, Public Timetable Book Status, 
Muni Capital Planning (Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan Schedule), Muni Service 
Planning (Planning Issues: Service From Ocean Avenue to Alemany Albertsons, 71 Haight- 
Noriega Reroute to Chinatown, Bayview Meeting of July 22, 2002, 30X Marina Express stop 
at Van Ness and Union, New Transfer Policy, 80X/81X/82X CalTrain Expresses Service 
Reduction, 56 Rutland Reroute), Muni Schedules (Schedule Changes Pending For Future 
Signups, Fiscal Year (FY 2002-03 Budget, Service Adjustments, and Potrero Run Cuts, 
Maximum Equipment Demand and Recapitulation of Schedules For FY2001-02 Signups, 
Status of Proposed New Scheduling System). 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT METRO SIGNAGE INCLUDE THE LAST 
DEPARTURE ON EACH LINE AND THAT MAPS IN STATIONS MORE CLEARLY 
DIFFERENTIATE LINES PLANNED AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION FROM LINES IN 
SERVICE. 

Next regular meeting (resch.): Sept. 26, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending Items: FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects Process and Criteria (Duncan 
Watry, Manager, Capital Planning and Grants, Margurite Fuller, Principal Administrative 
Analyst, Darton Ito, Transit Planner, Capital Planning & Legislative Affairs); Applications 
Integration Presentation (Debbie Denison and Kylie Grenier), 2002-03 Work Plans, Data 
Collection Plan, Graphics and Design Guidelines, Marketing Review, Metro Signage, Quarterly 
Reviews, Priorities for Service Additions and/or Cuts (including Late Night/Owl and Short- 
term Service Change Proposals), Special Event Service Planning, Fare Policies 

11. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) (Joan Downey, SRQC Chair) 

Last Meeting held: August 26, 2002 

Items Discussed: Proof of Payment (POP), Muni Bus Transportation to Candlestick Park 

Impact on Rush Hour Service, Service and Signage Improvements to 39 Coit Service; 

and Passenger Service Reports (PSRs) 

MOTIONS: 

a. THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT FARE INSPECTORS NOT BE USED FOR OTHER 
THAN PROOF OF PAYMENT SERVICE. 

b. THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT AT LEAST ONE MORE MUNI LINE BE 
DESIGNATED AS PROOF OF PAYMENT WITH ADDITIONAL FARE INSPECTOR 
STAFFING TO BE ADDED. 

c. THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE NUMBER OF COACHES IDENTIFIED FOR 
SPECIAL EVENTS NOT EXCEED THE ASSIGNED TOTAL OF THE RESERVE FLEET 
AND THAT THE RESERVE FLEET COACHES BE USED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS 
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Items discussed: Station Operations Discussion, Rescue Muni M & N Line Recommendations, 

Service and Signage Improvements to 39 Coit Service; Passenger Service Requests 
Next regular meeting: October 28, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM. 
Pending Items: Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Service Planning, Bus Cleaning; Muni 

Inspectors 

12. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) (Nia Crowder, EMC Chair) 

Last meeting held: August 15, 2002 

Items Discussed: Facilities Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships Between 
Muni, CalTrain, and Bay Area Rapid Transit N-Judah Track Replacement/Cole Valley 
Neighborhood Impact Update, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Pilot Program Update, Review 
of Third Street Rail Project Community Issues. 

Motions: none (no quorum) 

Regular scheduled meeting: September 19, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. 

Discussion Items: CS-138 Professional Engineering Services for Third Street Light Rail 

Transportation Phase II: New Central Subway - Award and Third Street Light Rail Project 
Update; Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)/Alternative Fuel Pilot Program Update 

Next regular meeting: October 17, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. 

Pending Items: Facilities Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships Between 
Muni, CalTrains, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). 

13. Finance and Administration (FAC) (Daniel Murphy, FAC Chair) 

Last meeting held: August 13, 2002 

Items Discussed: Policy for the Approval of Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) Contracts, 
Contract Modifications and Change Orders, Retirement Pickup Agreement Follow-up and 
Recommendation; Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF)/SoMa Service Follow-up; Fiscal 
Year 2001 Audit; Translink Follow-up; Use of Leaseback Funds. 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE MTA BOARD APPROVE THE 
PROPOSED NEW POLICY FOR THE AUTHORIZATION OF CONTRACT 
MODIFICATIONS AND CHANGE ORDERS FOR MTA CONTRACTS, SUBJECT TO 
CLARIFICATION REGARDING IMPACT ON REVENUE CONTRACTS. 

Next regular meeting (resch.): Sept. 30, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM. 

Pending Items: Fiscal Controls, San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Corporation 

(SFMRIC), Budget Documents Preparation & Presentation, and Use of Lease/Leaseback 

Findings 

14. Safety, Training, and Accessibility (STAC) (Bruce Oka, STAC Chair) 

Last Meeting held: September 12, 2002 

Items Discussed: Report on Evacuation Drills Conducted Since November 18, 2001 

Motions: none 

Next regular meeting: October 10, 2002, 1145 Market Street, Rm. 325, 3:00PM 

Pending Items: 

15. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests (Discussion/Action) 

16. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action) 

17. MTA CAC Agenda Planning (Discussion/Action) 



Next regular meeting: October 3, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 

Pending Items: FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects Process and Criteria, Sunshine M 

Ordinance Training, DPT Presentations ^ 

Proposed DPT Presentations: Enforcement Division Priorities and Deployment Overview 
(October 3rd.), Liveable Streets (Pedestrian Safety, School Area Safety, Red Light Photo 
Enforcement Program Traffic Calming) and the Bicycle Program (November 7th.), Parking 
Authority Overview and Sfgo (Integrated Transportation Management System) (December 
5th.) 

18. Adjournment 

Attachments: 

Item 3 - MTA CAC Draft Minutes of July 11, 2002 and August 1, 2002 

Item 5 - Monthly Staff Report (Memorandum dated September 16, 2002, from Paul Czechowicz, 

Staff Liaison) 
Item 7 -Email of Tuesday, September 17, 2002 10:46AM from Daniel Weaver, MTA CAC Member, 

with Phelan Loop area map 
Item 9 - Department of Parking and Traffic PowerPoint Presentations (Subjects: An Introduction to 

the Traffic and Engineering Division and San Francisco Transit Preferential Streets Program) 
Item lie - Letter dated September 3, 2002 from Tom Mullen, Muni Operations 
Item 13 - MTA Board Calendar Item No. 14 of September 17, 2002 



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Thursday, September 24, 2002, 5:30 p.m. 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 



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1. Call to Order/Roll Call (Agenda Item 1). The meeting was called to order at 5:35 p.m. 

MTA CAC Members Present: Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, 

David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, 
Tom Wetzel. 

MTA CAC Members Absent: Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Ellen Hayes, Dorris Vincent. 

Muni Staff Present: John Katz (Transit Manager, Muni Construction Project 

Integration), Shahnam Farhangi (Manager, Contract 
Administration), Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison), Vincent 
Dunlap (MTA CAC Secretary). 

DPT Staff Present: Diana Hammons (Director, Government Relations & Public Affairs), 

Bond Yee, City Traffic Engineer and Deputy Director, DPT); Britt 
Thesen, DPT Traffic Engineer 

2. Public Comment (Agenda Item 2). The Chair called for public comment on any item 
within the jurisdiction of the MTA CAC but not identified as an agenda item. No comment 
public comment was made. 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes of July 11, 2002 and August 1, 2002 (Agenda Item 
3). Per the suggestion of the Chair, Linton Stables moved the following motions, which were 
seconded by Nia Crowder and Bruce Oka, respectively: 

MOTION: THAT THE DRAFT MINUTE OF JULY 11, 2002 OF THE MTA CAC BE 
APPROVED AS AMENDED. 

The motion carried by a vote of eight (8) to one (1). Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, and Tom Wetzel 
voted yes and David Pilpel voted no. 

MOTION: THAT THE DRAFT MINUTE OF AUGUST 1, 2002 OF THE MTA CAC BE 
APPROVED AS AMENDED. 



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The motion carried by a vote of eight (8) to one (1). Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver, and Tom Wetzel 
voted yes and David Pilpel voted no. 

4. Report of the Chair (Agenda Item 4). Daniel Murphy (MTA CAC Chair) stated that 
there are continuing meetings of the CAC/Muni Staff Task Force addressing effectiveness 
issues. The Task Force is in the process of drafting an information request policy and is 
developing Committee Chair/Staff expectation guidelines, which will be presented to Council 
members in a draft form for their review and input. 

5. Staff Report (Agenda Item 5). Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison) stated in 
addition to information included in the Monthly Staff Report (Attachment to Agenda Item 5), 
the 2002 California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) System Safety & Security Tri-Annual 
Audit is ongoing and findings will be distributed to the Council at completion of the audit. 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Agenda Item 6). A discussion regarding possible 
ways to amend the Council's Rules and Procedures as a means to resolve the election 
deadlock occurred. Daniel Weaver suggested electing two Vice Chairs with defined duties 
and responsibilities. Another suggestion was to establish a time/term limit for the Vice Chair 
pro tern and the Council function without a Vice Chair until the next election. The Chair 
expressed the opinion that it is probable that the election issue can be resolved without 
changing the existing rules and this is the considered preferred method. The Chair then 
suggested that the Vice Chair election be referred to the next Council meeting, October 3rd. 
Mr. Murphy stated that if a resolution is not obtained at that time, then quite possibly Ms. 
Crowder, Mr. Pilpel, Mr. Weaver and he could forge some agreement that might be 
acceptable to the Council membership. Mr. Oka moved the following motion, which was 
seconded by Norman Rolfe: 

MOTION: THAT THE ELECTION OF THE MTA CAC VICE CHAIR (AGENDA ITEM 6) 
BE CONTINUED TO THE COUNCIL'S OCTOBER MEETING. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

7. Ocean Avenue Reconstruction and Improvement Project (Agenda Item 7). The 
Chair requested that Mr. Weaver provide the Council a brief background regarding this item. 
Referring to the attachment to Agenda Item 7, Mr. Weaver stated that as part of the Better 
Neighborhoods 2002 Programs, the Planning Department and Muni were to develop an 
interim plan for the Phelan Loop. Mr. Weaver's concerns are that a full parking lot not be 
reconstructed in the expanded island in the middle of the newly reconfigured Phelan Loop, 
but instead a more attractive seating and transit loading area be constructed with planters, 
pavers, etc., that faces the street and that reduced automobile parking be placed at the rear 
to allow for the enhanced seating and transit loading area. The plan Mr. Weaver highly 
recommended the Council endorse provides for such an area. John Katz (Transit Manager, 
Muni Construction), stated that Muni is officially neutral between the original concept which 
provides for 21 parking spaces and the evolving concept which provides for 10 parking 
spaces. Muni's official position regarding this parcel of land is that it will comply with a 

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developed community consensus or an ascertained community majority opinion. Mr. Katz 
stated that historically there has been parking in that area that has been reserved for the 
clients of the Veterinarian Hospital located across the street. Muni basically inherited this 
parcel from the old Public Utilities Commission (PUC) when Muni was established as a 
separate department. Following discussion regarding current use of the land parcel, planned 
and current improvements projects affecting the Phelan Loop area, safety and accessibility 
concerns, parking/lease revenue impacts, and conveyed general community opinion 
concerning the project, Mr. Weaver moved the following motion which was seconded by 
Joan Downey: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE RECONFIGURATION OF THE PHELAN 
LOOP INCLUDE CONSTRUCTION OF A PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY TRANSIT 
WAITING AREA ALONG OCEAN AVENUE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE LOOP 
ISLAND AND MOVE PARKING SPACES TO THE NORTH SIDE OF THE LOOP 
ISLAND. 

Following an opened process of suggested amendments to the motion, the motion was 
amended to read as follows: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE RECONFIGURATION OF THE PHELAN 
LOOP INCLUDE CONSTRUCTION OF A PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY TRANSIT 
WAITING AREA ALONG OCEAN AVENUE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE LOOP 
ISLAND, REDUCE THE NUMBER OF PARKING SPACES AND ENDORSES 
ALTERNATE DESIGN CONCEPT PLAN AS DEVELOPED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC WORKS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

The Chair called for Agenda Item 9 and indicated that Agenda Item 8 would then follow. 

8. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation and Overview of Traffic 
Engineering Operations, and the Transit Preferential Streets (TPS) Program 

(Agenda Item 9). The Chair indicated that this is the first of four presentations that the DPT 
will be providing to the Council in educating the Councils as to the departments operations so 
that Council members will become better informed in fulfilling their role as a Citizens' 
Advisory Council to DPT as well as to Muni. Diana Hammons (Director, Government 
Relations, Public Affairs, DPT) began with a brief explanation regarding the purpose for the 
presentation and introduced Bond Yee (Deputy Director, DPT). Mr. Yee's presentation 
entailed an introduction to the Traffic Engineering Division, which included an explanation of 
the Department's Mission and responsibilities. An overview of how the Department manages 
traffic and streets while optimizing and balancing the competing needs for the limited City 
street space using current transit technologies, equipment and programs to improve safety 
and urban mobility was provided to the Council. Mr. Yee explained the Livable Streets 
Program, which includes Pedestrian, Traffic Calming, Red Light Camera, School Area Safety, 
Bicycle Planning, Transit Preferential Streets, and construction design input on Capital 
Projects. Mr. Yee explained the development of an Integrated Transportation Management 
System and Command Center. Britt Thesen (DPT Traffic Engineer) continued the 

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presentation by briefing the Council on the San Francisco Transit Preferential Streets 
Program (TPS), which is a program to make streets more transit friendly in a city that 
depends heavily on public transit. Ms. Thesen commented on the role of the Department's 
transportation planners and engineers in identifying transit delays and developing solutions, 
the goal and objectives of the TPS Program, and the Department's role in supporting the 
City's Transit First Policy. A question and answer period followed the presentations with the 
Chair extending his thanks. 

9. MTA CAC Recommendation on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)/Alternative 
Fuel Pilot Program (Agenda Item 8). The Chair called for the reintroduction of Agenda 
Item 8, which was moved by Mr. Stables. Ms. Crowder commented that the Council's 
Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) had met to formulate an opinion regarding 
the CNG/Alternative Fuel Pilot Program. After discussion with Muni Staff, the EMC was of the 
opinion that further study should be conducted regarding alternative fuel vehicles before any 
final decision is made. Following an open discussion of this agenda, the Chair indicated that 
the following motion had been moved and seconded: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE MTA AND MUNI STRONGLY 
OPPOSE ANY EFFORT OR RESOLUTION TO HALT TESTING OF 
ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES. THE MTA CAC BELIEVES THAT 
ADDITIONAL TESTING IS NECESSARY AND WARRANTED BEFORE 
COMMITTING TO ANY SPECIFIC ALTERNATIVE FUELS TECHNOLOGY 
OR PROCUREMENT OF NEW VEHICLES, PARTICULARLY 
TECHNOLOGIES OR VEHICLES THAT WOULD REQUIRE THE 
CONSTRUCTION OR INSTALLATION OF NEW FUELING FACILITIES. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

The Chair then indicated a desire to consider the motions from the Council's Committees and 
that the actual Committee Reports be referred to the next Council meeting in nine days. 

10. Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) (Agenda Item 10). Mr. Pilpel 
moved the following motion, which was seconded by Ms. Downey. Mr. Murphy commented 
that signage in a couple of Metro Stations does not clearly indicate that the Third Street Line 
is under construction. Mr. Murphy had noted on occasions that passenger confusion has 
occurred in understanding how to transit to Third Street. 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT METRO SIGNAGE INCLUDE THE 
LAST DEPARTURE ON EACH LINE AND THAT MAPS IN STATIONS MORE 
CLEARLY DIFFERENTIATE LINES PLANNED AND UNDER 
CONSTRUCTION FROM LINES IN SERVICE. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

11. Service Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) (Agenda Item 11). Ms. 
Downey introduced Motion a. Following discussion, the MTA CAC Chair stated that without 
objection Motion a would be was referred to the next Council meeting: 

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MOTION a: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT FARE INSPECTORS NOT BE USED 
FOR OTHER THAN PROOF OF PAYMENT SERVICE. 

Ms. Downey introduced Motion b and stated the Committee was of the opinion that Proof of 
Payment needs to be implemented throughout the system and as a first step the following 
recommendation was made: 

MOTION b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT AT LEAST ONE MORE MUNI LINE 
BE DESIGNATED AS PROOF OF PAYMENT WITH ADDITIONAL FARE 
INSPECTOR STAFFING TO BE ADDED. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

Ms. Downey introduced Motion c and stated the Committee was of the opinion that in 
support of special events occurring at Candlestick Park during rush hour services regular 
service lines should not be impacted. Therefore, the following recommendation was made: 

MOTION c: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE NUMBER OF COACHES 
IDENTIFIED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS NOT EXCEED THE ASSIGNED 
TOTAL OF THE RESERVE FLEET AND THAT THE RESERVE FLEET 
COACHES BE USED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS SERVICE. 

Following discussion of Motion c, Mr. Pilpel moved that the item be continued to the next 
Council meeting. The motion to continue was seconded by Mr. Rolfe. The Chair then called 
for a hand count on the motion to continue. 

The motion to continue Motion c passed with a vote of seven (7) to two (2). Nia 

Crowder, Joan Downey, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Daniel Weaver and David 
Pilpel voted yes; Linton Stables and Tom Wetzel voted no. 

12. Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) (Agenda Item 12). The Council 
Chair directed that the Committee Report to be provided be referred to the next Council 
meeting. 

13. Finance and Administration (FAC) (Agenda Item 13). Shahnam Farhangi 
(Manager, Contract Administration) indicated that contract modification had been before the 
Council in August by Vince Harris and was referred to the FAC. Mr. Farhangi indicated that 
the contract modification had been discussed at the FAC meeting in which recommendations 
were made. Following these discussions the resolution was presented before the MTA Board 
at its' September 17th meeting. Mr. Farhangi stated that all the recommendations made by 
the MTA CAC and the FAC were fully considered by Muni Staff prior to presentation to the 
MTA Board. Mr. Pilpel indicated that he would discuss this matter with Mr. Farhangi. 

The Chair indicated that without objection, Agenda Items 14, 15, 16, and 17 would be 
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With the departure of Mr. Oka the Council lost quorum. 

14. Adjournment (Agenda Item 18). Meeting adjourned at 7:30pm. 

Attachment: 

Item 7 - Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works, Ocean Avenue Reconstruction 

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landscape layout. 



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Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda 



Thursday, October 3, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 



Members: 
Daniel Murphy (Chair), irMTC nF pT 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, DOCUI 
Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, 
Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

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Service Design and Marketing [SDMCj 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality (SROO 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance fEMO 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration (FAC) 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training, and Accessibility fSTAO 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver 

The MTA CAC may be contacted as follows: 

Citizens' Advisory Council 

Municipal Transportation Agency 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 334 

San Francisco, CA 94102-4524 

(415) 554-6873 Voice (415) 554-4103 Fax 



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(Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code) 

Government's duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions, 
boards, councils, and other agencies of the City and County exist to conduct the peoples' business. This 
ordinance assures that deliberations are conducted before the people and that City operations are open to the 
peoples' review. 

Written reports and background materials for calendar items are available for public inspection and copying at 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334, during regular business hours. Notices and agendas are posted on Muni's 
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For more information on your rights under the Sunshine Ordinance (Chapter 67 of the San Francisco 
Administrative Code) or to report a violation of the ordinance, contact Donna Hall by mail to Administrator, 
Sunshine Ordinance Task Force, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, City Hall, Room 409, San Francisco, CA 
94102-4683; by phone (415) 554-7724; by fax (415) 554-5163 or by email at Donna Hall@ci.sf.ca.us . 

Citizens interested in obtaining a free copy of the Sunshine Ordinance can request a copy from Ms. Hall or by 
printing Chapter 67 of the San Francisco Administrative Code on the Internet at 
http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/bdsupvrs/sunshine.htm . 

Lobbyist Ordinance 

Individuals and entities that influence or attempt to influence local legislative or administrative action may be 
required by the San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code, Section 2.100, to register and 
report lobbying activity. For more information about the Lobbyist Ordinance, contact the Ethics Commission 
at 30 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 3900, San Francisco, CA 94102, telephone (415) 581-2300, fax (415) 581- 
2317, or visit their website at http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/ethics/ . 



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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, October 3, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Public Comment 5:32 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes of September 24, 2002 (Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 5:37 

4. Report of the Chair (Discussion/Action) 5:42 

5. Staff Report (Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 

Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison) 5:47 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Discussion/Action) 5:52 
Staff-Initiated Items (Discussion/Action) 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation on Enforcement Division 

Priorities and Deployment Overview 6:00 

James Howard (Deputy Director, DPT Enforcement Division) 

8. Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP)/Capital Improvement Program (CIP) [Attachment] 6:15 

Darton Ito (Transit Planner, Capital Planning and Grants) 

Margurite Fuller (Principal Administrative Analyst, Capital Planning and Grants) 

9. Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) Amendment - Earth Justice Settlement [Attachment] 6:30 

Suany Chough (Transit Planner, Compliance, Capital Planning and Grants) 

10. Trolley Coach Expansion Plan [Attachment] 6:45 

Darton Ito (Transit Planner, Capital Planning and Grants) 

Committee Reports (Discussion/Action) 

11. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) (David Pilpel, SDMC Chair) 6:55 

Last Meeting held: August 19, 2002 

Items Discussed: Muni Marketing (Status Report on Marketing Activities, Graphics 
and Design Guidelines, Metro Signage), Muni Communications & Community 
Affairs (Detail Level On Muni Map; Cultural Institutions Outreach/Promotion of 
Muni Service to Cultural Events; Consolidation of Passenger Brochures, Flyers, 
Newsletters and Notices), CAC Effectiveness, Relationships with Staff and Ways 
and Means to Improve, Public Timetable Book Status, Muni Capital Planning 
(Trolley Coach Service Expansion Plan Schedule), Muni Service Planning 
(Planning Issues: Service From Ocean Avenue to Alemany Albertsons, 71 Haight- 



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Noriega Reroute to Chinatown, Bayview Meeting of July 22, 2002, 30X Marina 
Express stop at Van Ness and Union, New Transfer Policy, 80X/81X/82X CalTrain 
Expresses Service Reduction, 56 Rutland Reroute), Muni Schedules (Schedule 
Changes Pending For Future Signups, Fiscal Year (FY 2002-03 Budget, Service 
5 Adjustments, and Potrero Run Cuts, Maximum Equipment Demand and 

Recapitulation of Schedules For FY2001-02 Signups, Status of Proposed New 
Scheduling System). 

Next regular meeting October 21, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending Items: FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects Process and Criteria 
(Duncan Watry, Manager, Capital Planning and Grants, Margurite Fuller, Principal 
Administrative Analyst, Darton Ito, Transit Planner, Capital Planning & Legislative 
Affairs); Applications Integration Presentation (Debbie Denison and Kylie 
Grenier), 2002-03 Work Plans, Data Collection Plan, Graphics and Design 
Guidelines, Marketing Review, Metro Signage, Quarterly Reviews, Priorities for 
Service Additions and/or Cuts (including Late Night/Owl and Short-term Service 
Change Proposals), Special Event Service Planning, Fare Policies 

12. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) (Joan Downey, SRQC Chair) 6:58 

Last Meeting held: September 23, 2002 

Items discussed: Station Operations, Rescue Muni M & N Line Recommendations, 

Service and Signage Improvements to 39 Coit Service; Passenger Service 

Reports 
Next regular meeting: October 28, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 

PM. 
Pending Items: Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Service Planning, Bus 

Cleaning; Muni Inspectors 

MOTIONS: 

a: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT FARE INSPECTORS NOT BE USED 

FOR OTHER THAN PROOF OF PAYMENT SERVICE, (continued from 

September 24, 2002 meeting) 

b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE NUMBER OF COACHES 
IDENTIFIED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS NOT EXCEED THE ASSIGNED TOTAL 
OF THE RESERVE FLEET AND THAT THE RESERVE FLEET COACHES BE 
USED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS SERVICE. (Continued from September 24, 
2002 meeting) 

c. THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT MUNI ELIMINATE THE WILLARD 
STOP ON THE N-JUDAH LINE AND MOVE THE HILLWAY REVENUE STOP 
TO THE LOCATION OF THE MANDATORY SAFETY STOP AT THE 
CROSSOVER. 

13. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) (Nia Crowder, EMC Chair) 7:06 

Last meeting held: September 19, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. (No 

Quorum) 
Discussion Items: CS-138 Professional Engineering Services for Third Street Light 

Rail Transportation Phase II: New Central Subway - Award and Third Street 

Light Rail Project Update; Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)/Alternative Fuel Pilot 

Program Update 
Next regular meeting: October 17, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. 



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Pending Items: Facilities Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships 
Between Muni, CalTrains, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). 

J.4. Finance and Administration (FAC) (Daniel Murphy, FAC Chair) 7:09 

Last meeting held: August 13, 2002 

Items Discussed: Policy for the Approval of Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) 
Contracts, Contract Modifications and Change Orders, Retirement Pickup 
Agreement Follow-up and Recommendation; Transit Impact Development Fee 
(TIDF)/SoMa Service Follow-up; Fiscal Year 2001 Audit; Translink Follow-up; Use 
of Leaseback Funds. 

Next regular meeting: October 8, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM. 
Pending Items: Fiscal Controls, San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement 

Corporation (SFMRIC), Budget Documents Preparation & Presentation, and Use 

of Lease/Leaseback Findings 

15. Safety, Training, and Accessibility (STAC) (Bruce Oka, STAC Chair) 7:12 

Last Meeting held: September 12, 2002 

Items Discussed: Report on Evacuation Drills Conducted Since November 18, 2001 

Motions: none 

Next regular meeting: October 10, 2002, 1145 Market Street, Rm. 325, 3:00PM 

Pending Items: 

16. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Requests (Discussion/ Action) 7:15 

17. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action) 7:20 

18. MTA CAC Agenda Planning (Discussion/Action) 7:25 

Next regular meeting: November 7, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 
Pending Items: Sunshine Ordinance Training, DPT Presentations 
Proposed DPT Presentations: Liveable Streets (Pedestrian Safety, School Area 
Safety, Red Light Photo Enforcement Program Traffic Calming) and the Bicycle 
Program (November 7th.), Parking Authority Overview and Sfgo (Integrated 
Transportation Management System) (December 5th.) 

19. Adjournment 7:30 

Attachments: 

Item 3 - MTA CAC Draft Minutes of September 24, 2002 

Item 5 - Monthly Staff Report 

Item 8 - Capital Improvement Program FY2002-FY2021Interim Update (August 2002) 

Item 9 - Earth Justice Lawsuit Settlement Project Update (September 4, 2002) 

Item 10 - San Francisco Municipal Railway Route Electrification Study (July 8, 2002) 



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Dunlap, Vincent 



From: Unaegbu, Ted 

Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2002 4:45 PM 

To: Dunlap, Vincent 

Subject: POP Fare Inspection Tracking Log 

Vincent, 

As requested by David Pilpel and members of the Citizens' Advisory Committee, I have attached here the July 2002 
tracking report on fare inspections. As I explained at the Monday evening meeting, each monthly report covers daily 
activities in the these three categories: number of passengers counted, number of fare evaders, and number of citations 
issued. On the last page (on the bottom) are the grand totals of these tallies, as well as the evasion rate for the month. 
Please let me know if you have any questions or need further clarifications. Thanks. 



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Fare Insp. Tallies 
for July. 2... 

TED UNAEGBU 

Manager, Proof of Payment 

San Francisco Municipal Railway/MTA 

Office: (415) 554- 7166 

Pager: (415) 679 -1005 

email: Ted Unaegbu@ci.sf.ca.us 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

1 OCT 2 2002 

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MUNI MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS AT A GLANCE 






COMPLETED* 


j PROJECTED DATE* 


APP'VD BUDGET* 


1 RESPONSIBLE | 


PROJECTS 


(within last 6 mo) 


(Subject to Change) 


(& estimates) 


,: PARTY 


Muni Metro System 


January, 2001 




$79,917,214 


JOHN 
THOMAS 


Advanced Train Control Svstem (ATCS) 


48 Train-Per-Hour Demonstration 


Contract closeout 




2003 




1 554-0719 


LRV2 (Bredasl 1st 77 - End delivery 


March, 1999 
Began: Mar, 2000 


End: TBD 


For 151 LRV2s: 


TRINH 

NGUYEN 


Retrofit program 


Next 59 (total 136) 


Nov 1999-Jun2002 




$514,392,900 


401-3113 


Next 15 (total 151)- Delivery (5 delivered) 


Start: July 2002 


Last 10: TBD 






Third Street LRT Project. Phase I. I.O.S. 




September, 2002 


Total Project 


DENNIS TSAI 


Seg A [DPW]: 4* St Bridge - NTP 


Complete construction 




February, 2004 


Budget 


554-0732 


Seg B: King St to 22nd - NTP 


May, 2002 




$ 337,142,024 


I 


Complete construction 




February, 2004 






Seg C: 22nd to Kirkwood - NTP 




December, 2002 






Complete construction 




January, 2005 






Rail connection through to Metro East 




October, 2003 






Seg D: Kirkwood to Dormer - NTP 




October, 2002 






Complete construction 




February, 2005 






Seg E: Dormer to Hester North - NTP 




October, 2002 






Complete construction 




February, 2005 






Seg F: Hester North to Sunnydale - NTP 




' December, 2002 






Complete construction 




March, 2004 






Seg H: Substations & TP SCADA - NTP 


August, 2002 








Complete Construction 




January, 2005 






Seg J: Systems installations complete 




March, 2005 






Complete 3rd Street Construction 




March, 2005 






Safety Cert + O&M Testing/Training 




Jan 2005 - June 2005 






Begin Revenue Service 




November, 2005 






10 LRVs (for Mission Bay Service) 




December 2008 


$ 38,000,000 


Metro East Purchase 17 acres 


June 2001 




$ 25,700,000 


JOHN FONG 


Soil Stabilization on-site 


Start: Sep 25, 2000 


End: Sep, 2002 


Construction Project 


Facility construction 




Jun 2003 - TBD 


Budget 


554-1875 


Safety Cert, O&M Test/Training, Move-in 




TBD 


$ 140,857,765 




Shops ready to maintain cars 




TBD 






New Central Subwav. 3rd Street Phase II 




(tent) mid-2005 
2011 
2012 


Total project 

budget est: 

$ 763,900,000 


JOHN 
THOMAS 
554-0719 


Complete 30% design 
Complete Construction 
Revenue Service 


Kev Stop Phase D (Duboce Portal) 


Jan 2000-May 2002 




$ 3,021,947 


F. MAHMOUDI 
554-3255 


Field Construction 


Subwav Electrical Improvements: Advertise 


Jan 23, 2001 




$7,091,193 


F. MAHMOUDI 


Field Construction 


NTP: Aug, 2001 


End: November, 2002 


554-3255 


Metro Subway OH Rehab 




(est) March-Aug 2003 


$ 700,000 
(S 7.300,000 total est) 


LISA CHOW 
554-1890 




Rail Replacement Program' 


February, 2001 
April, 2001 




$ 32,328,200 


ANTHONY 
BRYANT 


K-Line Start bus substitution 


Start construction without PG&E 


Restore K-Line Rail Service 




March 29, 2003 




554-1657 


Complete construction 




June, 2003 






J/N/L-Line - Construction & bus substitutions 1 


Nov 2000-April 2002 




$ 14,671,544 




Key Stop ADA mods @Zoo 


August, 2002 








L-Line curves @15th: installation 


August, 2002 




$ 1,300,000 


FARIBA 


L-Line zoo loop: construction 


Start: Aug, 2002 


End: January, 2003 


$ 8,514,190 


MAHMOUDI 
554-3255 


Green Yard Rerail: End Trackwork Delivery 


May, 2002 


TBD 


(Both phases: 
$20,400,000 


Complete Interim Construction (in-house) 


Final Phase: Construction (Start @MME+6mo) | 




(Tent) Jan 2007-Jun 2008 


preliminary est) 




HISTORIC RAIL SYSTEM 


May, 2002 




$1,306,386 


K. MAGARY 


Milan Cars: Segment 1 (baseline) 9 Milan cars 


Segment 2 (enhanced) retrofits 




TBD 


$1,125,000 


554-1789 


Historic Rail Cars: 6 CPUC mods + 1 major rehab 




mid-2004 


$5,865,849 


Geneva Historic Car Enclosure: CER drafted 


February, 2002 




$2,732,200 
(total est $3,900,000) 


R. NGUYEN 


CER Signoff 
Design/Construction pending funds 


June, 2002 


TBD 


554-1742 


Geneva Office Bide Stabilization 




TBD: Pending design I 


$699,322 


J. FUNGHJ 


Construction 




by SF Beautiful 


(total est TBD) 


554-1792 


F-Embarcadero: Revenue Service to F. Wharf 


March 4, 2000 




Total Project Budget: 
$ 77,078,454 




MMX Low Platform: Construction 




Sep 2002 - Sep 2003 


JOHN 


Surface StS (DPW) Fremont/lst Construction 


Start: August 2002 


End: July 2002 


THOMAS 

554-0719 


MMX E-Line Platforms: Advertise 


July 2002 




$4,320,000 


Field Construction 




Nov 2002-Nov 2003 





*This report shows total program costs, actual construction/delivery/acceptance dates, and reflects recent field activities and changing conditions. 

Muni's Quarterly Project Status Report shows contractual milestone dates. 

September-October 2002 Projections (changes from previous report in bold face, $ estimates in italics) Last Revised: September 12, 2002 Page 1 of 2 



MUNI MAJOF. CAPITAL PROJECTS AT A GLANCE 



PROJECTS 



CC MPLETED 4 



(wit il 



n last 6 mo) 



PROJECTED DATE* 
(Subject to Change) 



APP'VD BUDGET* 
(& estimates) 



RESPONSIBLE 
PARTY 



A\ >/ / tx COACH SYSTEM 



Standard 40 ft. (240): Delivery 
Articulated 60 ft. (33): Delivery 
Complete acceptance of all 273 



Star; 



Vlay, 2001 



End: May 2003 
Oct 2002 - Jul 2003 ! 
(Est) October, 2003 f 



Total Project 

Budget 
$230,200,000 t 



KERSTIN 
MAGARY 
554-1789 



Trolley Coach Facility (Presidio/Poirero mods) 
Field Construction, Substantial Completion 



Aigjst7, 2002 



$ 4,328,000 
$500,000 add'l funds' 1 
^Contract Mod 4 pending 



LISA CHOW 
554-1890 



Potrer o & P re sidio ETI tro ll ey lifts: 
Alternatives Analysis submitted 
Feasibility Study of preferred alternative 
Construction 



Miy, 2002 



September, 2002 
TBD 



$34,100 
(est to complete TBD) 



R. NGUYEN 
554-1742 



Presidio Repave : Interim patch work 
Construction on-site 



M;iy, 2002 



TBD 



$ 730,000 
($2,770,000 add'l est) 



P. GABANCHO 
554-1794 



Potrero Paint .<: Hodv 



Field Construction 



(est) May, 2003 
(est) March, 2004 



$ 656,893 (mod) 
($4,000,000 lo complete) 



HENRY KIM 
554-1796 



No, 6 Pamassus/No 7 Haighl OH : Final Design 
Field Construction Duration 



October, 2002 
Mar 2003 - Apr 2004 



$ 11,500,000 



LISA CHOW 
554-1890 



Fe eder Upgrade ; Field Construction 



NTP 



Aug 5, 2002 



Jan 2003-May 2003 



$ 2,768,778 



F. MAHMOUDI 

554-3255 



Substation/Feeder improvements : Study 
Design & Construction schedule 



In-House: Sep, 2003 
TBD 



($6,150,000 est) 



A. BRYANT 

554-1657 



1401 Bryant Facility Rehab : CER 



Field Construction 



November, 2002 

Mar 2007-May 2009 



$ 675,200 
($12MEst to complete) 



P. GABANCHO 
554-1794 



CalTrans Bridge Approach, OH Reroute 



■ me, 2002 



Motor Coach System 



1st Order (45) NABI: Complete delivery 
2nd Order: All 135 Standards accepted 

All 1 00 Arties accepted 
Loan 40 Standard Coaches to SLC Olympics 
N eoplan Options (71 Std/24 Artie) Delivery 



Alternative Fuel Pilot, 4 stds, initiate contract 

Delivery (2 CNG + 2 hybrid electric) 
Preliminary Recommendation 



December, 1999 
March 8, 2002 
February 20, 2002 
-April 2002 
April 2002 



Jan-. 
Stait: 



Miy, 2000 
February, 2001 
Mk y ,2002 



$3,150,000 



$ 14,500,000 
$ 153,244,473 



End: Sep, 2002 



A. BRYANT 



TRINH 
NGUYEN 
401-3113 



$3,168,000 

approved funding 

+ $1,369,000 add'l request 



PM Traps: 375 Motor Coaches + 15 Nox Filters 



Installation & Deployment 



(tentative schedule) 
Dec 2002 - June 2005 



$ 6,096,000 



JTM WALSH 

Phone# TBD 



Islais Creek 
Site Prep (pending CalTrans land procurement) 
Complete Detail Design & Site construction 
Move Diesels from Kirkland to Islais 



May 2003-May 2004 

TBD 

on hold 



$ 53,878,914 

($15,279,000 

un funded) 



JOHN FUNGHI 
554-1792 



1399 Marin Street leased through: 



May 2006 



K. MAGARY 



Flvnn Air Quality Improvements : Draft CER 
Site Air Quality Study 
Facility Upgrade On-Site Construction 



Miy,2002 



TBD 
TBD 



$411,000 
TBD to complete 



PETER 

GABANCHO 

554-1794 



Flvnn Lift Mod : DPW potholing workorder 
Complete design per DPW findings 
Construction 
Portable Lifts delivered (3 sets) 



TV a: 



ch, 2002 



October, 2002 
December, 2002 

(est) Aug 2003 - May 2004 



$ 1,000,000 (funded) 
(total est) $4,200,000 



R. NGUYEN 
554-1742 



'Other Projects 



ADA Settlem ent: Required Completion 



December, 2002 



TBD 



Randall Platform + misc: design 
Construction 



Stat 



June 2002 



TBD p ending funds 



$1,170,967 (mod) 
(full budget TBD) 



HENRY KIM 

(coordinator) 

554-1796 



Forest Hill Stn Mod: Field construction 



uly, 2002 



$ 300,000 



($300,000 of K-hne 
budget) 
|~ $ 860,523 

.ni /j : \ cncr\ (\f\r\ 



LISA CHOW 



Ocean Ave. / K-line mods 



June, 2003 



A. BRYANT 



Paratransit MiniVans: 24 vans delivered 



April 26, 2002 



A. BRYANT 



Paratransit Debit Card : Advertise 
Complete 



Translink-MTC Smart Card Program 

Phase 1 : Demo all Metro lines: 9 Stns + all LRV2s 

Phase 1 evaluation complete 
Phase 2: Full implementation & public use 



Automatic Vehicle Location System /AVLS 
Baseline (rail lines) system in service 
Full system (motor coach+trolley) 



Traffic Signal Priority Advertise 
Field construction duration 



Mission/Steuart Hotel Site Development 
Bus layover relocation 
Complete Construction of OH relocation 
Occupancy & Opening of Enterprise 



October, 2002 
February, 2004 



August, 2002 



NTP 



Aug 20, 2002 



IV arch, 2002 



July 2001 
:'une2002 



September, 2002 

TBD (Late 2003) 



(design) $250,900 
(total est) $3,500,000 



R NGUYEN 
554-1742 



(est) July, 2003 

July 2005, pending funds 



MTC funds Phase 1 
$20M DBOM contract; 
MUNI funds TBD O&M 
costs of$142M Phase 2 



DAN ROSEN 
554-1741 



$ 2,524,739 funded 

($9,035,261 add'l capital) 
($2.518,267 3-yr Ops cost) 



Sep 2002-Nov 2003 



$2,420,795 



JOHN FUNGHI 
554-1792 



LISA CHOW 
554-1890 



TBD 



GRAND TOTALS 



$1,838,000 



HENRY KIM 
554-1796 



$ 1,790,550,677 



$ 833,308,268 



BUDGETED 



ESTIMATE ADD'L 
S TO COMPLETE 



delivery/acceptance dates, and reflects recent field activities and changing conditions, 
nilestone dates. ___ 



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Muni's Quarterly Project Status Report shows contractua r 

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401 VAN NESS AVENUE, SUITE 308, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 
Phone: (415) 554-6873 FAX: (415) 554-4103 

Memorandum 

June 11, 2002 

To: Jose Cisneros (Deputy General Manager, Capital Planning & Legislative 

Affairs) 

From: Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 

Subject: CAC Requests for Information - Request #020404-1 

Dear Mr. Cisneros: 

The subject request for information is forwarded from the Municipal Transportation 
Agency (MTA) Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) Secretary to you for response. 
Requested your response is entered in the '' Response Section " identified below, and 
this document is returned as an attachment via email addressed to 

vincent dunlap@ci.sf.ca.us . 

Should you determine it necessary to forward you response by inter-office mail, please 
enclose a copy of this request and mail to: Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary, 401 Van 
Ness, Room 308. If further clarification regarding the request is necessary, please 
contact Vincent Dunlap at 554-6873. 

It is respectfully requested your response be submitted not later than close of business 
June 25, 2002. 

Request Generated bv : David Pilpel, Vice Chairman of the CAC, during a regular 
council meeting and requires a brief written response from you . 

Thank you in advance for your assistance in resolving this matter. 

Request #020404-1: Does the MTA Board in fact have the authority to take 

position on legislation and how does that apply to the 
MTA? 

Response Section [begin entering response here): 
September 12, 2002 

See Robert Bryan email of Thursday, September 12, 2002 5:01PM (attached). 

cc: Members, MTA Citizens Advisory Council 
file 




Dunlap, Vincent 



From: Bryan, Robert 

Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 5:01 PM 

To: Dunlap, Vincent 

Cc: Czechowicz, Paul; Cisneros, Jose 

Subject: RE: MTA CAC Information Request #020404-1 



I will respond to through the chair of the CAC, if the chair is 
interested. 



Reply Separator 

Subject: MTA CAC Information Request #02 04 04-1 
Author: Vincent Dunlap at -MUNI 
Date: 9/12/02 11:09 AM 



Mr. Bryan: 

The attached is sent as a matter under your cognizance. 




San Francisco Public Transportation Department 

401 VAN NESS AVENUE, SUITE 308, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 
Phone: (415) 554-6873 FAX: (415) 554-4103 

Memorandum 

September 11, 2002 



To: Vince Harris (Deputy General Manager, Construction Division) 

From: Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary 

Subject: CAC Requests for Information - Request #020502-8 

Dear Mr. Harris: 

This request for information was sent originally on February 5 th and a follow-up request 
was submitted on April 17 th . However, my records reflect no written response to this 
request. On behalf of the MTA Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC), I am sending another 
request for information. Request your reply is entered in the " Response Section " 
identified below, and this document is returned as an attachment via email addressed to 
vincent dunlap@ci.sf.ca.us , CAC Secretary. 

Should you determine it necessary to forward you response by inter-office mail, please 
enclose a copy of this request and mail to: Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary, 401 Van 
Ness, Room 336. If further clarification regarding the request is necessary, please 
contact Vincent Dunlap at 554-6873. 

It is respectfully requested your response be submitted not later than close of business 
September 18, 2002. 

Request generated bv : David Pilpel, Vice-Chair CAC, during a regular council 

meeting and requires a brief written response from you . 

Thank you in advance for your assistance in resolving this matter. 

Request #020502-8: Provide a one-page sheet that describes the 

segments of the Third Street Outreach Program. 

Background : During your presentation of the Third Street Outreach Program, pointed 
out the important role of the Community Based Organizations and identified seven such 
organizations which include Mission Hiring Hall to assisting with segment B of the 
Outreach Program (the Muni Metro East Maintenance Facility), Potrero Hill 
Neighborhood House with segment C (the Central Waterfront), Asian Neighborhood 
Design with segment H (the substations along the corridor providing power), Young 
Community Developers (YCD) with segments D and E, and also support the Muni Metro 



Request #020502-8 Page 2 

East Project); Visitation Valley Jobs Educations and Training (WJET) with segment F 
(Visitation Valley) which is a co-lead with Chinese for Affirmative Action, and New 
Directions to be available to assist with sections in the Bayview/Hunters Point 
community. Section J is a separate section regarding platform finishes and system-wide 
elements. 

Response Section (begin entering response here): 

September 26, 2002 

The descriptions on each segment for the Third Street Light Rail Transit Program are as 
follows: 

• Segment B - Mission Bay 

The physical boundary begins at 4 th /King Streets and proceeds southeasterly 
across the existing 4 th Street Bridge to a newly created Owens Street where the 
alignment turns southerly at Third Street and ends at 22 nd /Third Street. The 
work consists of constructing the underground utilities, new trackway in the 
median of the street, repaving the street from sidewalk to sidewalk, new street 
lights, passenger platforms, overhead catenary system and landscaping. 

• Segment C - Central Waterfront 

The boundary begins at 22 nd /Third Street and proceeds southerly crossing the 
Islais Creek Bridge and ends at Jerrold Street. The work scope is identical 
(though with differing quantities) to Segment B, but with the addition of the 
seismic upgrade work to the existing Islais Creek Bridge. 

• Segment D - Bayview-Hunters Point 

The boundaries are from 22 nd /Third Street to Donner Street in the Bayview- 
Hunters Point community. The work scope is identical (though with differing 
quantities) to Segment B, but work with the addition of renewing the sidewalk 
paving, add street furnishing and art impressions onto the sidewalk concrete. 

• Segment E - US101 Overcrossinq 

The boundaries are from Donner/Third Street to Hester (South) Street in the 
Visitacion Valley community. Work is identical (though with differing quantities) 
to Segment B, but with the addition of a new freeway offramps, modifications to 
the Caltrans offramps, widening the US101 overpass and excavate the street 
median to reduce the track grade. 

• Segment F - Substations 

The boundaries are from Hestor South/Bayshore to Sunnydale/Bayshore at the 
county borders. The work scope is identical to Segment B, though with differing 
quantities, with the addtion of a temporary tail track extending into Daly City to 
allow the turnback operations until the permanent Intermodal Terminal is 
constructed in approximately 2006. 



Request #020502-8 Page 3 

• Segment H Substations 

This Segment consists of three electrical power substations located at: 
Illinois/ 16 th Streets, Phelps/Kirkwood on the premises of the Southeast Water 
Treatment Plant and Keith/Le Conte Streets. 

• Segment 3 - Systems and Finishes 

This Segment consists of system-wide technical and passenger amenties 
elements. The technical elements include telecommunications, SCADA, close 
circuit TVs, platform lighting and traffic signals while the passenger amenities 
include passenger platform components such as canopies, ad/info panels, safety 
railing, platform seating, courtesy telephones, ticket vending machines, art 
enrichment, signage, etc. 

• Muni Metro East LRV Storage & Maintenance Facilities 

The facilities consist of a 13-acre parcel site that include storage tracks and 
maintenance capacity for 80 LRVs. It includes a 180,000 square feet building 
with capacity for running repairs, heavy repairs, vehicle washing plus various 
electrical and mechanical maintenance capabilities, two electrical substations, 
landscaping, are enrichment, office spaces and furniture, mechanical and 
electrical/electronic equipment. 



cc: Members, MTA Citizens Advisory Council 
Paul Czechowicz 



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Citizens ' Advisory Council 
City and County of San Francisco 



Memorandum 

September 12, 2002 
To: Joyce Garay, Transit Manager Operations, Street Operations 

From: Vincent Dunlap, MTA CAC Secretary 

Subject: MTA CAC Request for Information - Request #020711-la 



Dear Ms. Garay: 

Subject request for information is forwarded from the MTA Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 
Secretary to you for coordinating and providing a response. Requested your response is 
entered in the " Response Section " identified below, and this document is returned as an 
attachment via email addressed to Vincent dunlap@ci.sf.ca.us, MTA CAC Secretary. 

Should you determine it necessary to forward you response by inter-office mail, please 
enclose a copy of this request and mail to: Vincent Dunlap, MTA CAC Secretary, 401 Van 
Ness, Room 308. If further clarification regarding the request is necessary, please contact me 
at 554-6873. Thank you in advance for your assistance in resolving this matter. 

It is respectfully requested your response be submitted not later than close of business 
September 20, 2002. 

Request generated by : David Pilpel and Norman Rolfe, during the Council Members' 
Questions and Comments at the July 11 th meeting. 

Request #020711-la: How does Muni determine its cost related to street fairs? 



Council members' discussion regarding the information request. 

requested that the following be added to the request: 



Mr. Rolfe 



When the accountants figure out this cost, Muni divides the cost four ways; vehicle operating 
cost, vehicle maintenance cost, non-vehicle maintenance cost and administration and what is 
considered overhead. So, when Muni and DPT charges for street fairs, does charges include 
the full cost, including administrative cost or some lesser cost? Specifically, Mr. Rolfe 
indicated that a breakdown as to just what goes into determining the cost related to street 
fairs, including hourly amount for additional personnel. 

In an attempt to clarify the request, the Chair stated the request for information as, how is 
the cost related to street fairs calculated and who's paying? 



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MTA CAC Request #020711-la 

September 16, 2002 



Our ability to recover costs for service modifications due to street fairs is limited by 
the Municipal Code, Article 21, Sections 800-815, the ISCOTT ordinance. In it, we 
are only able to recover the cost associated with motorization of trolley coach lines. 
We use the NTD rate provided by Finance, in which the difference in cost per vehicle 
hour between a motor coach and a trolley coach is $5.90/vehicle hour. So for 
example, for a one-day closure on Haight Street, the 6, 7, and 33-lines would be 
motorized, with vehicle hours (per schedule) of 132, 65.5, and 150 respectively, 
totaling $2,050.25. 

All other costs we incur by modifying our service due to street closures for fairs are 
not recoverable. These include the travel time we pay the operators from a trolley 
division to go get the bus from the motor coach division. They get one-hour straight 
time to pull out and pull in the coach. So if there are 6 runs on the 6-line, 5 runs on 
the 7-line, and 7 runs on the 33-line, at $24 for pull-out and $24 for pull-in, that cost 
is $864. 

Another cost we do not recover is the cost per Inspector to monitor the re-routes and 
keep the service on the line as normal is possible despite the street closures. We 
would usually have one Inspector on each end of the closure monitoring the coaches. 
Their hourly rate is $33.75 plus 2.2 fringe, or $74.25/hr, usually a 12-hour day, for 2 
Inspectors $1,782. 

In this example of a one-day closure on Haight Street, we recover $2,050.25, when 
our actual cost is $4,696.25. 







Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council 
City and County of San Francisco 



Memorandum 

September 11, 2002 

To: Diana L. Hammons, Director Government Relations & Public Affairs (Department 

of Parking & Traffic) 

From: Vincent Dunlap, MTA CAC Secretary 

Subject: MTA CAC Request for Information - Request #020801-1 



Dear Ms. Hammons: 

Subject request for information is forwarded from the MTA Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 
Secretary to you for coordinating and providing a response. Requested your response is 
entered in the " Response Section 7 ' identified below, and this document is returned as an 
attachment via email addressed to Vincent dunlap@ci.sf.ca.us , CAC Secretary. 

Should you determine it necessary to forward you response by inter-office mail, please 
enclose a copy of this request and mail to: Vincent Dunlap, CAC Secretary, 401 Van Ness, 
Room 308. If further clarification regarding the request is necessary, please contact me at 
554-6873. Thank you in advance for your assistance in resolving this matter. 

It is respectfully requested your response be submitted not later than close of business 
September 20, 2002. 

Request generated by : David Pilpel, Vice Chairman of the CAC, during the August 

1 st Council meeting and a brief written response is required . 

Request #020801-1: A one-sheet summary listing the location, the 

number of available parking spaces at each of the 
parking facilities (City's garages/ off-street metered 
facilities) and identify who operates the facility, i.e., 
a non-profit organization, corporation, etc. 

(09/16/02) 
(Response Section - begin entering response here): 

See attachment 



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City Owned Garages - Spaces, Corporate Status and Operator 9/2002 






















Garaqe 


# Spaces 


Non-Profit 


Operator 


Location 




1 


Ellis O'Farrell 


950 


Ellis O'Farrell Parking 
Corporation 


Parking Concepts Inc. 


123 O'Farrell Street 


2 


Fifth & Mission 


2585 


Downtown Parking 
Corporation 


Ampco System Parking 


833 Mission Street 


3 


Japan Center 


920 


Japan Center Garages 
Corporation 


Ampco System Parking 


1610 Geary Blvd 


4 


Portsmouth Square 


504 


Portsmouth Square 
Garage Corporation 


City Park Management 


733 Kearny Street 


5 


Sutter-Stockton 


1865 


Uptown Parking 
Corporation 


Ampco System Parking 


444 Stockton Street 


6 


Union Square 


900 


Uptown Parking 
Corporation 


City Park Management 


333 Post Street 


7 


Civic Center 


845 


No 


Ampco System Parking 


355 McAllister Street 


8 


Golden Gateway 


1095 


No 


Five Star/Elite 


250 Clay Street 


9 


16th & Hoff 


98 


No 


Parking Concepts Inc./DAJA 


42 Hoff Street 


10 


Lombard Street 


205 


No 


Pacific Park Management 


2055 Lombard Street 


11 


Mission-Bartlett 


350 


No 


S&F Parking/MEDA 


3255 21st Street 


12 


Moscone Center 


732 


No 


GEM/PPS 


255 3rd Street 


13 


North Beach 


200 


No 


Pacific Park Management 


735 Vallejo Street 


14 


Performing Arts 


618 


No 


Parking Concepts Inc. 


360 Grove Street 


15 


Polk-Bush 


129 


No 


NM Parking 


1399 Bush Street 


16 


S.F. General Hospital 


1701 


No 


Pacific Park Management 


2501 23rd Street 


17 


St. Mary's Square 


639 


No 


Parking Concepts Inc./DAJA 


433 Kearny Street 


18 


Vallejo Street 


163 


No 


Pacific Park Management 


766 Vallejo Street 


19 


1660 Mission Street 


59 


No 


Convenient Parking 


1660 Mission Street 





City Owned Off-Street Metered Parking Lots 9/2002 














Lot Name 


# Stalls 


Operator 


Lot Location 


1 


California & Steiner 


48 


Parking Authority 


2450 California Street 


2 


West Portal 


18 


Parking Authority 


1 74 West Portal Avenue j 


3 


Clairemont/Ulloa 


22 


Parking Authority 


807 Ulloa Street 


4 


20th & Irving 


23 


Parking Authority 


1275 20th Avenue 


5 


8th & Irving 


39 


Parking Authority 


1325 8th Avenue 


6 


7th & Irving 


34 


Parking Authority 


1340 7th Avenue 


7 


6th & Irving 


47 


Parking Authority 


1355 6th Avenue 


8 


Feiton/San Bruno 


9 


Parking Authority 


25 Felton Street 


9 


Pierce Street 


114 


Parking Authority 


3252 Pierce Street 


10 


Ocean & 19th 


19 


Parking Authority 


3000 19th Avenue 


11 


Ocean & Junipero Serra 


20 


Parking Authority 


2500 Ocean Avenue 


12 


Geary & 21st 


20 


Parking Authority 


5732 Geary Blvd. 


13 


Geary & 18th 


32 


Parking Authority 


421 18th Avenue 


14 


Norton Street 


26 


Parking Authority 


20 Norton Street 


15 


18th &Collingwood 


19 


Parking Authority 


4116 18th Avenue 


16 


Castro Street 


21 


Parking Authority 


457 Castro Street 


17 


9th & Clement 


28 


Parking Authority 


330 9th Avenue 


18 


8th & Clement 


33 


Parking Authority 


324 8th Avenue 


19 


24th & Noe 


16 


Parking Authority 


4061 24th Street 


20 


24th & Capp 


20 


Parking Authority 


1 Lilac Street 


21 


Wilder Street 


24 


Parking Authority 


51 Wilder Street 




Municipal Transportation Agency 

^pitizens' Advisory Council 
Cityand County of San Francisco 



FINAL MINUTES 

Regular Meeting 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
ThursdayjDctober 3, 2002, 5:30 p.m. 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) MAR 2 2003 

San Francisco, CA 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call (Agenda Item 1): The meeting was called to order at 
5:35p.m. 

a. Members Present: Daniel Murphy (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), Sue 
Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 
Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 



b. Members Absent: 



Art Cimento 



c. Muni Staff Present: Darton Ito (Transit Planner, Capital Planning and Grants), 
Suany Chough (Transit Planner, Compliance, Capital Planning and Grants), Margurite Fuller 
(Principal Administrative Analyst, Capital Planning and External Affairs), Suany Chough 
(Transit Planner, Compliance, Capital Planning and Grants), Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff 
Liaison), Vincent Dunlap (CAC Secretary) 

d. DPT Staff Present: James Howard (Deputy Director Joint Enforcement), Barbara 
Davis-Regan (Enforcement Director), Debbie Borthne (Assistant Director), James Hodges 
(Assistant Director) 

2. Public Comment (Agenda Item 3). The Chair called for public comment on any item 
in the jurisdiction of the Council but not listed on the agenda. No public comment was 
made at this time. 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes (Agenda Item 2). Joan Downey stated although noted 
in the minutes of September 24 th there were questions and answers following the DPT 
presentation (Agenda Item 9), she requested that the questions and answers be included in 
the minutes. David Pilpel requested a point of order correction to the minutes that were the 
voting was not unanimously the minutes reflect how each member voted. Following an 
open discussion as to contents of the minutes, review procedures and Sunshine Ordinance 
requirements, Linton Stables moved the following: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC DRAFT MINUTES FOR SEPTEMBER 24TH BE APPROVED 
AS PRESENTED WITH THE REQUEST THAT THE QUESTION AND 
ANSWER PERIOD WITH DPT BE DOCUMENTED AND IN THE FUTURE 
ALL THE MIXED/SPLIT VOTES BE RECORDED AND THAT ANY 
REQUESTED COMMENTARY BE RECORDED. 



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The Chair then called for a vote on the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 

eleven (11) to one (1). Daniel Murphy, Sue Cauthen, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen 
Hayes, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom 
Wetzel voted yes and David Pilpel voted no. 

4. Report of the Chair (Agenda Item 4). Daniel Murphy commented that the Staff/CAC 
process on effectiveness continues and is nearing finalization. 

5. Staff Report (Agenda Item 5). Paul Czechowicz stated that the report was provided 
separately due to the CPUC audit. Also, the CPUC audit went very well, there were very few 
serious findings and the CPUC Team indicated that vast improvements have been made 
since the last tri-annual audit. Mr. Czechowicz indicated that copies of the published report 
would be provided to the Council. 

Mr. Stables commented, as a later discussion the Council should consider CAC presence at 
social events such as the award ceremonies and other Muni events. 

6. Election of MTA CAC Officers (Agenda Item 6). Following a discussion of voting 
procedures, rules of order, establishing a dual Vice-Chair position, Council members 
attendance and vacancies, and the role of the Vice-Chair the Chair called for a motion 
concerning Agenda Item 6. Ms. Downey moved the following motion, which was seconded 
by Mr. Rolfe: 

MOTION: THAT AGENDA ITEM 6 - ELECTION OF MTA CAC OFFICERS (VICE- 
CHAIR) BE CONTINUED TO THE COUNCIL'S NOVEMBER 7th MEETING. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) on Enforcement Division Priorities 
and Deployment Overview (Agenda Item 7). The Chair called on James Howard (Deputy 
Director, DPT Enforcement Division) to begin presentation. Mr. Howard expressed his 
thanks and expectations as the Council begins to work in an advisory capacity with DPT. 
Providing the Council a diagram of the Enforcement Division organization chart, an example 
of the Division's personnel daily work schedule, and examples and descriptions of the 
Enforcement Division Watches, Mr. Howard indicated that the Enforcement Division bases 
its priorities and decisions making on public safety, health and safety, quality of life, general 
enforcement which is the enforcement of the violations regarding surface street parking, 
and facilitation of the movement of mass transit including Muni. Mr. Howard introduced 
Barbara Davis-Regan (Enforcement Director), Debbi Borthne and James Hodges (Assistant 
Directors) who further briefed the Council in greater detail as to how enforcement 
assignments are made and carried out, and the operations of the Enforcement Division. 
Both Ms. Vincent and Ms. Downey expressed their observation that pedestrian walks are 
frequently blocked by residential driveway parking violators in both the Bayview/Hunter's 
Point and Haight Ashbury/Cole Valley neighborhoods, respectively. Mr. Oka strongly 
expressed his concern as to the unsafe effect residential driveway parking violators have on 

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wheelchair pedestrians. Mr. Howard indicated that enforcement of sidewalk parking 
violations in the evening regarding this issue has been increased since September 23rd and 
noticeable changes should been seen. Mr. Hodges commented that there are 400,000 cars 
registered in San Francisco with 288,000 parking places leaving 121,000 cars without 
available (street) parking. Additionally, the Department wrote over 110,00 sidewalk 
violations last year with a cadre of about 90 officers assigned to general enforcement having 
assigned patrol areas. Mr. Hodge commented that the enforcement issue is a DPT 
personnel manpower problem. He commented that it would take approximately 200 
employees to adequately enforce parking violations. Mr. Hodge continued with a review of 
the general enforcement presentation identifying the officers' responsibilities (clearing of 
morning and evening commute), enforcement of zone parking, disabled plaques violations, 
and overseeing traffic management plans for special events (Pacbell Park). Mr. Pilpel raised 
questions regarding PacBell and Candlestick (3Com) events inquiring if the City could pursue 
an agreement with the Giants and 49's to pay for whatever services on an overtime basis so 
that the enforcement of other existing priorities in the City is not sacrificed. Mr. Hodge 
responded that such an agreement would be desirable, but the reality in order to build 
PacBell Park the City had to commit resources and financial incentives as well. Mr. Hodge 
commented on the tenant relationship through Parks and Recreation concerning Candlestick 
and as a part of public safety/service DPT provides the traffic control service during events 
at Candlestick because the impact on the community would be intolerable. Mr. Stables 
suggested that the Council could assist in lobbying for additional personnel for the 
Department. Following a discussion regarding parking officers' generated revenue and how 
DPT receives funds through the City's General Fund, Mr. Stables commented that quite 
possibly the Council could assist the Department in requesting increased personnel and 
operating funds. In response to Ms. Cauthen's question regarding how much revenue DPT 
generates from tickets each year and what is the Department's annual operating cost, Mr. 
Hodge responded that approximately $88M in revenue was generated last year in which 
$40M was given to Muni just from citations and the other divisions including the Parking 
Authority received about another $40-45M, and meter revenue was about $10-12M. In 
reply to Ms. Downey's comments regarding parking enforcement officers not ticketing 
violators when asked to do so in residential areas, Mr. Hodge stated that the officers should 
respond and sight violators within the whole block if approached and if the violations are 
valid infractions. He added that DPT officers are instructed when there are obvious hazards 
on the sidewalks, blockage of 100%, DPT officers are suppose to write the tickets and that 
over 110,00 citations were written last year regarding sidewalk parking violation alone. 
Concerning Ms. Downey's comments regarding non-enforcement of time limit parking in 
Golden Gate Park, Mr. Hodge stated that DPT does enforce the three (3) hour zone by 
Sharon Meadows. Mr. Howard indicated that the Recreation and Parks Department has to 
do some more infrastructure work to make the zones more enforceable by making the times 
more compatible to the times DPT could enforce parking restrictions. Mr. Hodge 
commented that unfortunately when neighborhood groups make demands on residential 
parking the philosophy in some areas is to install parking restriction signage making the 
parking restriction self enforcing which returns to the bottom line fact that the Department's 
manning is inadequate to perform all the services required. A discussion regarding the 
veracity and the validity of community residents who frequently submit complaints, limits 
imposed on frequent complainants and how DPT and the San Francisco Police Department 

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(SFPD) respond occurred. Mr. Howard commented that it is important that residents realize 
the limitations of the Department's ability to respond and be effective in responding. 
Therefore, some individuals have been informed that their complaints are limited to a three- 
block radius around their residence, the complaint needs to be affecting the complaint in 
some way, and telephone complainants will be limited to three calls per night. Ms. Borthne 
indicated that there is only a staff of ten (10) DPT general enforcement officer from the 
hours of 4:30pm-12(midnight) and it is almost impossible to handle sidewalk parking 
violations on an individual basis. 

The Chair then called for public comments and Mr. Edward Mason inquired if DPT was 
responsible for transit corridor enforcement and cited 24th Street as an example. Mr. 
Howard indicated that the DPT addresses stationary/double parking violation and has a 
shared responsible with the Traffic Division of the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) 
that addresses moving violations. Mr. Hodge stated that DPT has an officer assigned to the 
24th Street corridor from Harrison/Bryant up to Castro throughout the weekday and on 
Saturdays as well to monitoring stationary/double parking violations. 

The Chair stated without objection Agenda Item 7 regarding sidewalk-parking enforcement 
would be referred to the Service, Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) for follow-up. 

8. Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP)/Capital Improvement Program (CIP)/ 

(Agenda Item 8). Margurite Fuller (Capital Planning and External Affairs) provided the 
Council a handout concerning the SRTP and the CIP. She began with an overview of the 
outline for the discussion regarding the Call For Capital Projects, the schedule for document 
completion, and that Darton Ito (Transit Planner, Capital Planning and Grants) would 
address the Council regarding the CIP interim update with a question and answer period 
that would follow. Ms. Fuller referenced the Short Range Transit Plan 2002-2021 and 
indicated that the information is vital when seeking federal and state funding. The SRTP 
document is used to rank project by program (fleet infrastructure, equipment, facilities and 
other) and project criteria (continuing/ongoing, legal/safety mandate, expansion, and timing 
and funding). Ms. Fuller explained the differences between operating and capital expenses. 
Mr. Ito indicated that Muni is in the middle of the process for the Call For Capital Projects, 
that a couple of projects had been added including an updated to the Third Street Project, 
and that sometime in May 2003 the public comment period for both the SRTP and the CIP 
was anticipated. Mr. Ito stated that the Council would be provided an update at that time. 
Mr. Ito expressed the opinion that the documents should be adopted in August 2003. 
Referencing the CIP Interim Update, Mr. Ito explained that the document provides an 
updated snapshot of the CIP, which continuously changes as new grants are awarded, new 
projects are developed, and project changes occur. During the discussion of the Short 
Range Transit Plan (SRTP)/Capital Improvement Program (CIP) (Agenda Item 8), Mr. Rolfe 
inquired about a project change that was affected by the construction of the Mission and 
Steuart hotel site. Mr. Rolfe commented that the contract had already been let for the off- 
street terminal before the decision to construct the hotel and Muni had to pay the 
contractors some $600,000 to cancel the contract for the off-street terminal. Mr. Rolfe then 
asked was the payment to the contractor to cancel the contract for the off-street terminal 
included in the capital cost for the off-street terminal project and exactly how much did 

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Muni pay in canceling the contract? Staff responded that a response would be provided 
regarding Mr. Rolfe's inquiry after checking with the project manager to determine what is 
actually in the budget. Mr. Rolfe then commented on the Mission and Main Operators' 
Restroom and inquired if the construction of the Operators' Restroom was capital cost to 
Muni and was the cost included in the Mission and Steuart hotel project cost, and who is 
paying the operating/maintenance cost for the Operators' Restroom. Mr. Pilpel noted that 
concerning the call for projects, he had been advised that the Council would have the 
opportunity to suggest projects and was not aware of the procedure for the Council to 
suggested projects. Ms. Fuller responded that it is her opinion, the Council would refer 
suggestions to the MTA Board and the Board would then forward suggestions to Capital 
Planning and Grants. Ms. Fuller commented that the deadline for submitting projects is 
November 1st. Mr. Pilpel then requested that the information on how projects are to be 
submitted be distributed to the members of the CAC and commented that the information 
was to have been a part of the presentation. Mr. Pilpel commented that Mr. Ito had 
indicated during his brief on the CIP Update that there were new projects added through 
CAPWALK. Mr. Pilpel referred to a previous discussion with Mr. Jose Cisneros regarding the 
CIP Update prior to it going to the MTA Board. Mr. Pilpel indicated that at that time he 
questioned whether the Interim Update needed to be reviewed (by the MTA CAC) prior to 
the MTA Board consideration. Mr. Pilpel stated that he had been advised that there were no 
new projects and that the Interim Update was only going to include updated cost for 
existing projects. Mr. Pilpel then asked Mr. Ito to detail any of the new projects. Mr. Ito 
indicated that there were about five (5) new projects. Mr. Pilpel requested that the Council 
receive some information about the five (5) new projects and commented that he would 
have insisted that the CIP Interim Update come before the Council prior to its presentation 
to the MTA Board. Mr. Weaver expressed concern regarding the deteriorating landscape 
and in and around the Phelan Loop area and at the Green Facility as compared to other 
Muni facilities throughout the city. He inquired as to how landscaping and irrigations 
systems are funded? Mr. Ito responded that a project such as installing an irrigation system 
could be submitted, but unfortunately when compared to higher priority decision made 
regarding the use of funding, irrigations systems do not always fair too well and funding 
sources do not necessarily match up for such a projects. Mr. Ito commented that most 
landscaping issues are addressed though the operating budget and not through any type of 
grant funding. Ms. Fuller suggested that the Council might wish to consider as a priority to 
the reauthorization to Proposition B landscaping and irrigations systems funding for Muni 
facilities. Dorris Vincent inquired about the 54-Felton. Mr. Ito explained as certain types of 
service changes are developed and proposed they can reflect in the service plan section of 
the SRTP, however, if there were capital components then it would reflect in the CIP. Ellen 
Hayes inquired regarding the infrastructure program, what is the criterion for determining 
streets to be included in the Transit Preferential Street (TPS) Program? Ms. Fuller responded 
that that determination in connection with the Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT). 
Mr. Pilpel commented that in the last DPT presentation DPT Staff discussed the TPS 
Program and that there is a reference in the transportation element of the master plan. Mr. 
Pilpel then inquired to where the project criteria are indicated. Mr. Ito responded that the 
whole ranking process is described in the CIP within the SRTP. The Chair then indicated 
that the Service Design and Marketing Committee (SDMC), if so choose, could continue 
discuss regarding project criterion at the Committee. 

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9. Public Comment. The Chair called for public comment and Mr. Edward Mason 
expressed his concern regarding a safety hazard at the southbound stop of the J-Line at 
22nd Street. He commented that due to the length of the Breda cars in relation to the 
length of the platform, when passengers exit the last car rear doors there is no platform to 
step onto and consequently passengers are stepping directly down into the track bed. Mr. 
Mason stated that three (3) years ago, he had made a comment to the STRP concerning 
this matter. Mr. Mason stated in a previous email response he was notified that his 
concerns were referred to Engineering and the only way the lengthen of the platform would 
be through funding as a Capital Project. Mr. Mason inquired as to whom would he have to 
contact to pursue having his concerns addressed. Mr. Pilpel request that regarding Mr. 
Mason's concerns a formal request be made and that a response is provided to the Council 
as well. The Chair then stated without objection the comment is accepted as a formal 
information request. The Chair then recognized Mr. Weaver who suggested that Mr. 
Mason's comment be sent to the Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) for in- 
depth discussion with Muni Staff. Mr. Murphy requested with the consent of Nia Crowder 
(EMC Chair) that the matter be referred to Engineering and Maintenance Committee. 

10. Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) Amendment - Earth Justice Settlement 

(Agenda Item 9). Suany Chough (Transit Planner, Compliance, Capital Planning and Grants) 
provides the Council a status report regarding Muni's compliance with the agreement. Ms. 
Chough commented that the project resounds from a lawsuit that a group of environmental 
and community advocates brought against AC Transit, Muni and MTC last year which alleges 
violations of the Clean Air Act and noncompliance with a transportation control measure 
from 1982 to increasing transit ridership by fifteen percent (15%). The settlement required 
Muni to develop a number of programs through its vision plan and also required public 
meeting to be held in the Bayview concerning neighborhood service. The focus of the 
briefing was on the development of projects that have been developed into a format of an 
SRTP amendment and the draft, which is a planning level document, should be available for 
public review on Thursday, October 10th until November 8th. A public hearing will be held 
at the MTA Board on November 5th and is scheduled for MTA adoption on December 3rd. 
Ms. Chough commented that the process is an extremely compressed schedule because in 
the settlement agreement Muni agreed to have the SRTP amendment adopted by the Board 
by December 1st and then to submit the SRTP amendment to MTC for funding 
consideration. Referring to the Earthjustice Lawsuit Settlement Project Update of 
September 4th, Ms. Chough briefly gave an overview of the projects outlining potential 
ridership increases, developing capital and operating cost estimates, implementation 
timeline, and demographic analysis of the areas served. Ms. Chough stated that all the 
projects would be prioritized in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). As a specific note, 
the projects are not to be more privileged than other existing CIP projects according to 
established criteria. Ms. Chough stated that the agreement does not commit Muni to 
building any of the projects and the settlement specifically states, "that the projects will be 
implemented provided that adequate funding is programmed to complete the projects and 
there is not significant public opposition to the project." Mr. Weaver commented that when 
Muni plans electrification projects that all parts of the city should be considered. He 
expressed the opinion that the southwestern part of the City appears not to be benefiting 

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from the current proposals for electrification. Also, Mr. Weaver suggested when bus lines 
are electrified it would be esthetically pleasing in the neighborhoods to put the existing 
utilities wires underground instead of adding poles which are twice as tall as any of the 
residences. He stated that neighborhoods would be more receptive to trolley service than 
finding it more objectionable to having a huge network of overhead wire complexes. Mr. 
Weaver further stated Muni should have as a policy to underground existing utilities lines 
(working through the Undergrounding Program) whenever a trolley line is being installed in 
a neighborhood. Ms. Chough stated that Mr. Weaver's comments would be added to 
planning discussions. The Chair indicated that Agenda Item 9 would be put directly to the 
Service Design and Marketing Committee (SDMC) that the SDMC would make its 
recommendations to the Council, if necessary, when the SRTP amendment is released. 

11. Trolley Coach Expansion Plan (Agenda Item 10). Mr. Ito indicated that copies of 
the plan have been provided to the Council. The plan was distributed to the funding 
agencies and Muni staff for a limited review. He stated that the study is nearing its end and 
the next steps include incorporating the study into the planning process to begin prioritizing 
specific projects. Mr. Pilpel indicated that the Council received the July 8th version of the 
Route Electrification Study and inquired if there were any subsequent changes. Mr. Ito 
stated that some of the cost will be updated, ridership information will be incorporated into 
the final version and an attempt to include all comments received was made. Mr. Pilpel 
expressed concerns regarding his specific comment made at an earlier meeting and 
indicated to Mr. Ito that he would like having further discussion of the Trolley Coach 
Expansion Plan in the SDMC. The Chair referred Agenda Item 10 to the SDMC. 

Committee Reports 

12. Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) Report (Agenda Item 11). The 
Committee Chair indicated that the Committee had not met since August 19th and other 
items where brought before the Council's September 24th meeting. 

13. Service Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) Report (Agenda Item 12). 
The Chair called for a discussion of Motion a. Mr. Czechowicz commented that it might be 
too limiting for the Council to recommend that fare inspectors not be used for other than 
Proof of Payment (POP) service, which could be perceived as micromanaging how personnel 
are to be used. Mr. Czechowicz suggested that the Council consider the hiring of a 
sufficient number of inspectors and the priority of POP Inspectors be to check for payment 
of fares as the POP program is instituted. Mr. Czechowicz add, per his conversations with 
Ted Unaegbu (Proof of Payment Manager, Security) and as Muni considers expanding the 
POP Program on the 30-Line, additional fare inspectors are needed. Ms. Downey indicated 
her concerns are raised from, the discussion in the SRQC meeting in which Mr. Unaegbu 
stated that POP Inspectors while at PacBell Park are used to direct traffic . Mr. Czechowicz 
commented that the POP Inspectors are very useful and serve a dual purpose during special 
events in directing passenger traffic at PacBell Park; vehicular street traffic is block by 
barricades. Mr. Czechowicz commented that the inspectors check for payment of fares 
before patrons get onto the platform and manage passenger traffic, the flow of people, onto 
the platform so the platform is not overloaded which is a safety and fare inspection 

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function. Mr. Stables commented having gone to PacBell Park there is no other traffic there 
after a game than pedestrian traffic. Mr. Pilpel indicated that his concern is that Muni Fare 
Inspectors are being used for other than their generally assigned jobs and that it is the 
recommendation of the SRQC that POP Inspectors should be limited to checking for POP 
fares on the system. Mr. Pilpel further commented, if the POP inspectors are moving people 
after an event there may be more cost effective ways to do it or that Muni should be 
reimbursed for doing so - that it is taking people away from their basic function of checking 
fares and that's why that job was created. It wasn't to staff the ballpark when there was a 
ballgame it was to check for Proof of Payment fares on the system. Ms. Downey then 
request that clarification of the duties of POP Inspectors while at PacBell Park and other 
special events be provided. Mr. Wetzel and Ms. Crowder expressed concern with the 
Council recommending specifics regarding job descriptions and duties. The Chair then 
indicated that Motion a would be referred back to the SRQC. 

Motion a: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT FARE INSPECTORS NOT BE USED 
FOR OTHER THAN PROOF OF PAYMENT SERVICE. 

The Chair then called for Agenda Item 12, Motion b: 

Motion b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE NUMBER OF COACHES 
IDENTIFIED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS NOT EXCEED THE ASSIGNED 
TOTAL OF THE RESERVE FLEET AND THAT THE RESERVE FLEET 
COACHES BE USED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS. 

Mr. Czechowicz recommended that the Council consider when events occur on weekends 
that coaches are available and do not interfere with service, that the need for coaches 
during weekend special events normally exceeds the number of coaches in the reserve fleet 
and that the impact on revenue service be as little as possible to support special events. 
Mr. Pilpel then recommended the following amendment to Motion b, which was seconded by 
Ms. Downey: 

Motion b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE NUMBER OF COACHES 
IDENTIFIED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS DURING WEEKDAY PEAK HOURS 
NOT EXCEED THE ASSIGNED TOTAL OF THE RESERVE FLEET AND 
THAT THE RESERVE FLEET COACHES BE USED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS 
DURING WEEKDAY PEAK HOURS. 

Following an open discussion, Mr. Rolfe then proposed and moved the following amendment 
to Motion b to read: 

Motion b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE NUMBER OF COACHES 
IDENTIFIED FOR SPECIAL EVENTS DURING WEEKDAY PEAK HOURS 
NOT ADVERSELY IMPACT WEEKDAY PEAK HOUR SERVICE. 



The motion unanimously passed. 

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The Chair then called for Agenda Item 12, Motion c. 

Motion c: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT MUNI ELIMINATE THE WILLARD 
STOP ON THE N-JUDAH LINE AND MOVE THE HILLWAY REVENUE 
STOP TO THE LOCATION OF THE MANDATROY SAFEETY STOP AT THE 
CROSSOVER. 

Ms. Downey commented that between UCSF and Stanyan Street, which is three blocks, 
there are four stops and that the Willard stop was established at the request of one 
neighborhood resident that no longer resides in the community. By eliminating this stop 
and establishing the new revenue stop to where the Metro has a required stop at a 
crossover improved service along Carl Street would result. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

14. Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) Report (Agenda Item 13). 
No report was provided. 

15. Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) Report (Agenda Item 14). The 
Committee Chair indicated nothing to report to the Council. 

16. Safety, Training and Accessibility Committee (STAC) Report (Agenda Item 15). 
Mr. Oka indicated the Committee had received a report on the evacuation drills and was 
briefed on future evacuation drills to be performed. The Committee Chair announced that 
the next meeting will be held on Thursday, October 10th from 3:00-5:00pm. Mr. Oka stated 
that copies of the Muni Emergency Drill debriefing of November 28, 2001 would be 
distributed to Council members with the STAC minutes of September 12, 2002. 

17. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Request (Agenda Item 16). Ms. 
Downey inquired about a letter mistakenly sent to Rescue Muni instead of Friends of Muni 
concerning a complaint and a response was sent indicating that notifying the complainant of 
the address error. Mr. Czechowicz indicated that the letter cannot be found and in attempts 
to locate a copy no one has any idea as to where the letter came from. Mr. Pilpel indicated 
that the MIF is on the list of topics that the Finance and Administration Committee and 
perhaps a discussion could take place inquiring about Friends of Muni function and 
relationship to Muni. 

19. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Agenda Item 17). Mr. Pilpel 
requested written responses regarding the Council's recommendations concerning the 
Ocean and Lee Stop in which a verbal report was provided and the schedules on the 53 - 
Southern Heights. 

20. MTA CAC Agenda Planning (Agenda Item 18). Mr. Pilpel requested that the 
Council discuss at the next meeting if the Council desire to have another tour towards the 

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end of the year. The Chair indicated that a discussion regarding scheduling of tours would 
be agendized. 

20. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 7:53 pm. 

Attachments: 

Agenda Item - 7 - Department of Parking and Traffic Enforcement Division (Organization 

Chart, October Sign-UP 2002, and Examples/Descriptions of 

Enforcement Division Watches) 
Agenda Item - 8 - Short Range Transit Plan & Capital Improvement Program (An overview 

for the MTA CAC October 3, 2002) 



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.Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

^Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, hlbvember 7, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

Members: DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), 
Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, NOV ~ 1 2002 

Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, 
Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel Smo^^d aS5 

(2 Vacancies) 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing (SDMC) 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration (FAQ 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training, and Accessibility (STAC) 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver 

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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, November 7, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Public Comment 5:32 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes of October 3, 2002 (Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 5:37 

4. Report of the Chair (Discussion/Action) 5:42 

5. Staff Report (Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 

Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison) 5:52 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Discussion/Action) 6:05 
Staff-Initiated Items (Discussion/Action) 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation on Livable Streets (Pedestrian 
Safety, School Area Safety, Red Light Photo Enforcement Program, Traffic Calming) and 

the Bicycle Program [Attachments] 6:10 

Bridget Smith (Livable Streets Program Director) 
Peter Tannen (Bicycle Program Manager) 

Committee Reports (Discussion/Action) 

8. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) (David Pilpel, SDMC Chair) 6:40 

MOTIONS: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT, IN PRIORITIZING PROJECTS 
IN THE MUNI CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM, "REDUCES 
OPERATING COST" BE ADDED AS A CRITERION. 

Last Meeting held: October 21, 2002 

Items Discussed: Muni Capital Planning, Short-Range Transit Plan (SRTP) Amendment, 
Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Call for Projects Process and Criteria Trolley Coach 
Service Expansion Plan, Distribution/discussion of any new materials and issues 

Next regular meeting November 18, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending Items: FY 2004 CIP/SRTP Update - Call for Projects Process and Criteria 
(Duncan Watry, Manager, Capital Planning and Grants, Margurite Fuller, Principal 
Administrative Analyst, Darton Ito, Transit Planner, Capital Planning & Legislative 
Affairs); Applications Integration Presentation (Debbie Denison and Kylie Grenier), 
2002-03 Work Plans, Data Collection Plan, Graphics and Design Guidelines, 
Marketing Review, Metro Signage, Quarterly Reviews, Priorities for Service Additions 
and/or Cuts (including Late Night/Owl and Short-term Service Change Proposals), 
Special Event Service Planning, Fare Policies 



9. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) (Joan Downey, SRQC Chair) 6:50 

MOTIONS: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT MUNI AND THE DEPARTMENT 
OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC (DPT) COMMENCE THE PILOT 
PROGRAM FOR THE 39 COIT INCORPORATING BOTH PUBLICITY 
AND PADDLE STOPPING AT COIT TOWER. 

Last Meeting held: September 23, 2002 

Items discussed: Proof of Payment (POP) Monthly Citation Report/POP Inspectors 
Duties, Rescue Muni J, L, M & N Lines Recommendations, Service and Signage 
Improvements to 39 Coit Service, Passenger Service Request (PSR) 

Next regular meeting: November 14, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM. 

Pending Items: Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Enforcement, Bus Cleaning, 
Muni Inspectors, Station Operations, Cable Car Follow-up, Service Standards Follow- 
up 

10. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) (Nia Crowder, EMC Chair) 7:00 

Last meeting held: September 19, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. (No Quorum) 
Discussion Items: CS-138 Professional Engineering Services for Third Street Light Rail 

Transportation Phase II: New Central Subway - Award and Third Street Light Rail 

Project Update; Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)/Alternative Fuel Pilot Program 

Update 
Next regular meeting: November 21, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. 
Pending Items: Facilities Management Plan: Infrastructure and Project Relationships 

Between Muni, CalTrains, and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). 

11. Finance and Administration (FAC) (Daniel Murphy, FAC Chair) 7:05 

Last meeting held: August 13, 2002 

Items Discussed: Policy for the Approval of Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) 
Contracts, Contract Modifications and Change Orders, Retirement Pickup Agreement 
Follow-up and Recommendation; Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF)/SoMa 
Service Follow-up; Fiscal Year 2001 Audit; Translink Follow-up; Use of Leaseback 
Funds. 

Next regular meeting: November 12, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 PM. 
Pending Items: Fiscal Controls, San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement 

Corporation (SFMRIC), Budget Documents Preparation & Presentation, and Use of 

Lease/Leaseback Findings 

12. Safety, Training, and Accessibility (STAC) (Bruce Oka, STAC Chair) 7:10 

MOTIONS: THE MTA CAC REQUESTS THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKING AND 
TRAFFIC DEVELOP TWO SIDEWALK PARKING ENFORCEMENT 
PROGRAM PROPOSALS AND COST OUT EACH PROGRAM PROPOSAL. 
PROPOSAL ONE SHOULD BE BUDGETED AT A LEVEL THAT WOULD 
ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT TO RESPOND TO 75% OF CALLS FOR 
SIDEWALK ENFORCEMENT AND PROPOSAL TWO SHOULD BE 
BUDGETED AT A LEVEL THAT WOULD ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT TO 
RESPOND TO 90% OF CALLS FOR SIDEWALK ENFORCEMENT. 

Last Meeting held: October 10, 2002 



Items Discussed: Report on Evacuation Drills Conducted Since November 18, 2001 
Motions: none 

Next regular meeting: November 21, 2002, 1145 Market Street, Rm. 325, 3:00PM 
Pending Items: 

13. Review of CAC Information Requests and Recommendations (Discussion/Action) 
[Attachments] 7:15 

14. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action) 7:20 

15. MTA CAC Agenda Planning (Discussion/Action) 7:25 

Next regular meeting: December 5, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30PM 

Pending Items: Sunshine Ordinance Training, DPT Presentations 
Proposed DPT Presentations: Parking Authority Overview and Sfgo (Integrated Transportation 
Management System) (December 5th.), Administration and Finance (January 3, 2003) 

16. Adjournment 7:30 

Attachments: 

Agenda Item 3 - MTA CAC Draft Minutes of 3 October 2002 
Agenda Item 5 - Staff Liaison Report of November 7, 2002 
Agenda Item 7 - Livable Streets (DPT Information Sheet) 
Agenda Item 13 - MTA CAC Attendance Chart 

Matrixes: 

MTA CAC Information Requests (Completed) 

MTA CAC Information Requests (Pending) 

MTA CAC Recommendations (Pending) 
Agenda Item 15 - 2003 MTA CAC Tentative Meeting Schedule (With MTA Board Schedule) 



City and County of San Francisco 

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DOCUMENTS DEPT. 



FINAL MINUTES 

^Of MA * 2 2003 

Regular Meeting san franco™ 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 
Thursday, November 7, 2002, 5:30 p.m. 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room #335) 

San Francisco, CA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call (Agenda Item 1): The meeting was called to order at 
5:35p.m. 

a. Members Present: Daniel Murphy (Chair), David Pilpel (Vice Chair), Sue 
Cauthen, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Dorris 
Vincent, Tom Wetzel 

b. Members Absent: Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Daniel Weaver 

c. Muni Staff Present: Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison), Vincent Dunlap 
(CAC Secretary) 

d. DPT Staff Present: Diana Hammons (Director, Government Relations & Public 
Affairs), Bridget Smith (Director, Livable Streets Program), Peter Tannen (Manager, Bicycle 
Program) 

e. Community Representative: Mr. Bill Seelinger (Telegraph Hill Dwellers) 

2. Public Comment (Agenda Item 3). The Chair called for public comment. No public 
comment was made at this time. 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes (Agenda Item 3). The Chair called for adoption of the 
October 3, 2002 Council minutes. Joan Downey and Norman Rolfe provided corrections and 
changes to the minutes. Daniel Murphy moved the following which was seconded by David 
Pilpel: 

MOTION: THE MTA CAC DRAFT MINUTES FOR OCTOBER 3RD, 2002 BE 
APPROVED WITH CORRECTIONS AS SUBMITTED. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

4. Report of the Chair (Agenda Item 4). Daniel Murphy commented that the first phase 
of the Staff/CAC Task Force on effectiveness is nearing conclusion and a report of the Task 
Force on CAC effectiveness will be provided to Council members. The Chair stated that a 
meeting of all Council Committee Chairs is tentatively planed in November to review the 
revised administrative procedures and all Council members are welcomed to attend the 

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meeting. It is anticipated that the Council will review the report during its December 
meeting for adoption of updated Council's administrative procedure. Mr. Pilpel suggested 
that a report from the Task Force (ad hoc) Committee On Improving CAC Effectiveness, 
which was held on Monday, June 17, 2002, be included as an agenda item for the Council's 
December meeting. 

5. Staff Report (Agenda Item 5). Paul Czechowicz indicated that the report was provided 
in advance as an attachment to the agenda. Mr. Czechowicz addressed Council members 
questions regarding invitations to Muni public events. In response to the Chair's question 
regarding Muni's performance providing transportation to PacBell Park during the World 
Series, Mr. Czechowicz stated that many positive comments had been received from fans 
regarding service. He added that only one minor malfunction occurred between Van Ness 
and Church just right after Game 2 began which caused an 11-minute incoming delay that 
resulted in a 15-minute gap in service on the outbound Metro lines. In reply to Mr. Pilpel's 
question regarding the construction near 4th and King Streets, Mr. Czechowicz indicated he 
would have to research a response. Mr. Pilpel requested if possible, as a standing request, 
that the Council receive an assessment summary of special events services at the end of 
each sporting season, i.e., baseball and football. Mr. Czechowicz indicated that he could 
forward Mr. Pilpel's request to staff for consideration. 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Agenda Item 6). The Chair suggested that due to 
the absent of a couple of Council members that the election be continued. Mr. Pilpel moved 
the following motion that was seconded by Ms. Downey: 

MOTION: THAT THE ELECTION OF THE MTA CAC VICE CHAIR BE CONTINUED 
FOR TWO MONTHS UNTIL JANUARY 2003, WHICH WOULD ALLOW 
FOR THE CAC STAFF TASK FORCE TO COMPLETE ITS EFFORT. 

The Chair then called for a vote on the motion. The motion failed by a vote of six (6) 

to four (4). Sue Cauthen, Joan Downey, Daniel Murphy, David Pilpel, voted yes; Ellen 
Hayes, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Tom Wetzel voted no. 

Mr. Stables moved the following motion, which was seconded by Dorris Vincent: 

MOTION: THAT THE ELECTION OF THE MTA CAC VICE CHAIR BE CONTINUED 
TO THE COUNCIL'S DECEMBER MEETING. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation on Livable Streets 
(Pedestrian Safety, School Area Safety, Red Light Photo Enforcement Program, 
Traffic Calming) and the Bicycle Program (Agenda Item 7). The Chair introduced 
Bridget Smith (Director, Livable Streets Program) who provided the Council an overview of 
the Livable Streets Program. Ms. Smith stated that the Livable Streets Program is currently 
budgeted at approximately $2.5M dollars. The program encompasses four traffic safety 
programs (Pedestrian, Traffic Calming, School Area Safety and Red Light Photo 

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Enforcement) each of which are funded from red light violations fines. She added that the 
Livable Streets Program provides funds to the Department of Public Health for traffic safety 
campaigns. Efforts taken by the department includes: 

Pedestrian Program: 

Flashing lighted cross walks and "Pop-up" crossing warning signs tests, conversion to 
"Countdown" pedestrian signals at major intersections throughout the city, installation of 
brighter crossing warning signs, and development of a Pedestrian Master Plan. 

In reply to Ms. Downey's questions as to how San Francisco compares to other cities in 
regard to pedestrian fatalities, Ms. Smith commented that the number of fatalities is a high 
number but when the number of fatalities is compared to the rate of the number of people 
walking, San Francisco fairs very well. Ms. Downey inquired about the coordination of the 
Pedestrian Program with the enforcement of DPT's sidewalk parking violations. Ms. Smith 
responded that sidewalk parking is a major issue discussed when talking about pedestrian 
safety. Ms. Smith provided Council members examples of DPT community warning tickets 
that residents can place on violators vehicles. 

Mr. Oka indicated that in his neighborhood, Park Presidio and Geary, which is a wide street, 
the safety island extends too far across the crosswalk causing wheelchair users to have to 
maneuver into traffic when unable to fully cross the street. Ms. Smith stated that State 
Grant Funds have been promised to fund the cost to not only reconfigure the island at this 
location but at approximately 30-to-40 other locations throughout the city that have a 
similar engineering and safety problem. 

Traffic Calming Program: 

Testing traffic calming measures in West Clay Park and on Urbano Drive, Sunnydale and 
Cervantes Avenue; recently completed traffic calming plans for North and South Bernal 
Heights neighborhoods; developing traffic calming plans for Japantown, the North and 
Southeast Mission areas, and the Tenderloin; and installing traffic calming measures on 
Beacon Street, Page Street, Phelan Avenue and the intersections of Addison/Digby, 
25th/Dakota and other streets in the Bayview area. 

Mr. Stables suggested that neighborhood should be provided a price list showing the cost of 
traffic calming apparatuses. Ms. Smith stated that providing neighborhoods a price list 
might create false expectations that a particular apparatuses could just be simply selected. 
Neighborhood involvement can be achieved through the process detailed in the Traffic 
Calming Program that allows for collaboration with neighborhood residents in addressing 
traffic calming measures. Council members were briefed on submitting Traffic Calming 
Request and advised that the form is intended for local streets and school areas only. 
Should community residents have concerns regarding commercial streets or major arterial 
members were advised to contact Livable Streets hotline at 554-2398 or visit the Division's 
website at www.livablestreets.org. 

Mr. Rolfe commented that due to the cable care lines on Hyde Street stop signs cannot be 
installed and apparently quite a number of motorist are proceeding down the street at a 

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good rate of speed. Mr. Rolfe suggested that speed bumps/humps be installed between the 
slot rail and the running rail and another set on the outside rails leaving a gap for the cable 
car wheels and grip to operate. Ms. Smith suggested that Mr. Rolfe submit a Traffic 
Calming form and DPT would consider the suggestion. 

School Area Safety Program: 

Projects to improve intersections near Fairmount, George Peabody and Horace Mann 
schools; citywide conversion of school crosswalks with "ladder" style crosswalks, evaluation 
of adult school crossing guard locations; partnering with SFPD and Community Parking 
Officers to reduce congestion at schools; and promoting International Walk to School Day, 
held each October. 

Red Light Photo Enforcement Program: 

Eleven additional cameras to be installed for enforcement of red light traffic violations. 

Peter Tannen (Bicycle Program Manager) provided Council members a Powerpoint 
presentation on DPTs Bicycle Program. Mr. Tannen stated that the Bicycle Program began 
in 1992. A consultant team was hired to develop the first bicycle plan in 1997 and DPT is 
currently working with another consultant team to update this plan. The update will 
concentrate on improving bicycle facilities design standards and the City's car and bicycle 
route network. City Bicycle Program Staff will update the parking and safety portions to the 
plan. An oversight committee that will periodically meet to provide input and review the 
overall progress of the bicycle plan is being formed. Mr. Tannen stated that Muni has been 
invited to appoint a representative to serve on the oversight committee. 

The mission of the Bicycle Program is to make San Francisco the North American city with 
the highest per capita of bicycle use and to have a continually improving bicycle network 
that is safe and convenient for everyone who chooses to bicycle for transportation and 
recreation. Mr. Tannen commented that through the Bicycle Program numerous public 
events have been held, including bicycle safety fairs and community outreach, encouraging 
bicycle use and raising awareness of motorist and cyclist sharing the city's streets. The 
Bicycle Coalition has received a substantial grant from the State for additional public 
outreach and meetings. 

Mr. Tannen provided an overview of the Department's efforts in working with Muni through 
the motor coaches bicycle rack program and the creation of the Duboce bikeway to increase 
bicycle use. He stated that planning, designing and engineering bicycle facilities are 
significant part of the program. The reconfiguration of Valencia Street with bicycle lanes 
was cited as a successful example in which increased bicycle use resulted. 

Mr. Tannen pointed out that over the years the City has received recognition from Bicycle 
Magazine as the Eighth and Third Place most bicycle friendly city, and has received awards 
from the Bay Guardian and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). Mr. Tanner 
indicated that citizens with bicyclist concerns call the Department's hotline, 585-BIKE (585- 
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Committee Reports 

8. Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) Report (Agenda Item 8). The 
Chair indicated that the Council has before it the following motion from the SDMC: 

Motion: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN PRIORITIZING PROJECTS IN 
THE MUNI CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM "REDUCES 
OPERATING COST" BE ADDED AS A CRITERION. 

Mr. Pilpel stated the existing CIP (Capital Improvement Program) includes a number of 
criteria but does not include a criterion for reducing operating cost as a criterion. Mr. Pilpel 
expressed the opinion that the concept of reducing operating cost should be considered as a 
criterion and should have a higher priority than projects that increase operating cost. Mr. 
Wetzel moved the following amendment to the motion: 

Amendment to Motion: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN PRIORITIZING 

PROJECTS IN THE MUNI CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 
PROGRAM 'REDUCES OPERATING COST PER 
PASSENGER MILE ' BE ADDED AS A CRITERION. 

Following a discussion on the amendment to the motion, the amendment failed for lack 
of being seconded. 

In that there was no further discussion or amendment to the motion before the Council, the 
Chair called for a vote on the motion. The motion passed by a vote of nine (9) to one 

(1). Sue Cauthen, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, 
Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent voted yes; Tom Wetzel voted no. 

The SDMC Chair reported that discussions had been held regarding the Short Range Transit 
Plan (SRTP) Amendment relative to the Bayview Advocate Lawsuit and Muni outreach to 
cultural institutions. The SDMC plans to discuss at it's next meeting tentatively scheduled 
for November 18th, the 78-Bayview Special and the Third Dollar Bridge Toll List from the 
reauthorization. 

The SDMC Chair indicated that the Committee referred to other Council Committees the 

following suggested topics: 

Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) - Construction Outreach. 

Safety Training and Accessibility Committee (STAC) - Security Program. 

9. Service Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) Report (Agenda Item 9). 
The Chair indicated that the Council has before it the following motion from the SRQC: 

Motion : THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT MUNI AND THE DEPARTMENT OF 
PARKING AND TRAFFIC (DPT) COMMENCE THE PILOT PROGRAM FOR 

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THE 39 COIT INCORPORATING BOTH PUBLICITY AND PADDLE 
STOPPING AT COIT TOWER.. 

The SRQC Chair introduced Mr. Bill Seelinger (Telegraph Hill Dwellers) who presented a 
Draft Implementation Plan for a Six-Month Trial for the paddle stopping at Coit Tower and a 
Proposed Service and Ridership Improvement Plan for the 39-Coit Muni Bus. Mr. Seelinger 
suggested that the six-moth trial implementation plan is the initial step in addressing the 
traffic congestion in and about Coit Tower and decreased ridership on the 39-Coit bus 
service. Mr. Seelinger commented that a rerouting of the 39-Coit over to and in from of Pier 
39 is necessary for the Ridership Improvement Plan to be effective. Ms. Cauthen 
commented that promotion of the 39-Coit should not be limited to tourist but should also be 
promoted to the residents of Telegraph Hill. The Chair commented that the SRQC has been 
working in collaboration with the Telegraph Hill Dwellers and other interested community 
groups to formulate the plans. : 

Mr. Stables moved to call the question. The Chair then called for a vote on the motion. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

Ms. Downey stated that the next meeting of the SRQC is November 25, 2002. 

10. Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) Report (Agenda Item 10). 
No report was provided. 

11. Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) Report (Agenda Item 11). Mr. 
Murphy indicated that the agenda listed the items discussed at its last meeting and no 
motions have been forwarded from the Committee. The FAC Chair stated that the next 
meeting would not take place on November 12th as planned. The FAC Chair requested 
Committee members to remain after the meeting to discuss possible meeting date. 

12. Safety, Training and Accessibility Committee (STAC) Report (Agenda Item 12). 
The Chair indicated that the Council has before it a motion from the STAC as follows. 

Motion : THE MTA CAC REQUESTS THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF PARKING AND 
TRAFFIC DEVELOP TWO SIDEWALK PARKING ENFORCEMENT 
PROGRAM PROPOSALS AND COST OUT EACH PROGRAM PROPOSAL. 
PROPOSAL ONE SHOULD BE BUDGETED AT A LEVEL THAT WOULD 
ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT TO RESPOND TO 75% OF CALLS FOR 
SIDEWALK ENFORCEMENT AND PROPOSAL TWO SHOULD BE 
BUDGETED AT A LEVEL THAT WOULD ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT TO 
RESPOND TO 90% OF CALLS FOR SIDEWALK ENFORCEMENT. . 

Mr. Oka moved the following amendment to the motion: 

First Amendment to Motion: THE MTA CAC REQUESTS THAT THE DEPARTMENT 
OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC DEVELOP TWO SIDEWALK PARKING ENFORCEMENT 

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PROGRAM PROPOSALS AND COST OUT EACH PROGRAM PROPOSAL. PROPOSAL 
ONE SHOULD BE BUDGETED AT A LEVEL THAT WOULD ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT 
TO RESPOND TO 75% OF CALLS FOR SIDEWALK ENFORCEMENT IN A TIMELY 
FASHION AND PROPOSAL TWO SHOULD BE BUDGETED AT A LEVEL THAT WOULD 
ENABLE THE DEPARTMENT TO RESPOND TO 90% OF CALLS FOR SIDEWALK 
ENFORCEMENT WITHIN ONE HOUR . 

Mr. Pilpel recommended the following amendment to the motion: 

Second Amendment to Motion: ADD "SUCH COST ANALYSIS SHOULD INDICATE 
THE INCREMENTAL COST OVER CURRENT EFFORTS AND BE REPORTED TO THE 
MTA CAC." 

The Chair called for discussion on the motion, Mr. Stables commented that what the 
Council may expects to receive as a result of directions provided in the motion are not two 
numbers that can be directly compared against one another. Mr. Pilpel indicated that the 
purpose of this motion is that: a) to articulate the Council's concern regarding sidewalk 
enforcement and b) for the Council to receive an understanding of the order of magnitude 
regarding sidewalk enforcement issues. 

Mr. Stables called the question and the Chair called for a vote on the as amended motion. 

The motion as amended was unanimously passed. 

Mr. Oka pointed out that the next meeting of the STAC is Thursday, November 14th. 

13. Review of Outstanding CAC Information Request (Agenda Item 13). No 
comments were made regarding this item. 

14. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Agenda Item 14). 

Mr. Oka indicated that he had recently heard the Taxi industry has requested of the Board 
of Supervisors to increase the "flag-drop" by 25 cents. Such an increase would raise the 
"gate cap" which would have a negative fiscal impact on an already overspent paratransit 
budget. Mr. Oka suggested that the Council should consider suggesting that funds be 
identified before an increase is authorized. 

Mr. Murphy stated that the MTA CAC does not have jurisdiction with regard to taxicabs but 
the Council does have jurisdiction in regard to paratransit because paratransit is under the 
MTA. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that the "flag-drop" increase was before the Board of Supervisors on 
Monday, November 4th and Muni succeeded in having the item continued for at least one 
week. Mr. Pilpel indicated that Muni clearly stated that the "flag-drop" increase would 
greatly impact paratransit by approximately $1M per year and that the increase was not 
originally flagged as having fiscal impact. Mr. Pilpel commented that the Council should be 

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well aware that if there is an impact on taxi fares an impact on Muni's paratransit budget 
could result. 

Mr. Murphy indicated that he would add taxi fares increases and its affect on Muni's 
paratransit budget as a discussion item at the next FAC meeting. 

Mr. Pilpel inquired as a result of the Council's discussed regarding special events policy and 
that there is a Monday Night Football Game at the end of November will Muni be doing 
anything differently as a result of the Council's input. Mr. Czechowicz indicated that a reply 
to the recommendation should be received sometime next week and peak period services 
are of significant concern. 

Mr. Pilpel commented that there were problem with rainwater leakage at West Portal and 
Van Ness Stations and asked what can be done to better provide protection from the 
elements particularly at Metro Stations? 

Mr. Pilpel commented that the Timetable Books were initially distributed aboard vehicles, 
however, it has been noted on some buses that the books are not being restocked. Mr. 
Pilpel encouraged that the books continuously be distributed on vehicles. 

Mr. Pilpel commented on the recent news reports concerning City Tow. Mr. Pilpel indicated 
that possibly the FAC is equipped to discuss the issue. Mr. Murphy recommended that this 
topic might be best broached during the DPT Finance presentation in December. 

Mr. Pilpel suggested that his prior suggestion regarding a facilities tour should be reviewed 
in January. Mr. Czechowicz suggested that as part of the facilities tour the Council should 
considering a tour of DPTs Central Control. 

15. MTA CAC Agenda Planning (Agenda Item 18). The Chair reviewed the topics 
listed in the agenda. 

16. Adjournment. Meeting adjourned at 7:53 pm. 



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^Notice of Regular Meeting and Agenda 

Thursday, December 5, 2002 at 5:30pm 
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room #335) 

San Francisco, CA 






Members: 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), 

Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, 

Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, 

Linton Stables, Dorris Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

(2 Vacancies) 

Committees : 

Service Design and Marketing [SDMCJ 

David Pilpel (Chair), Nia Crowder, 
Ellen Hayes, Norman Rolfe, Dorris Vincent 

Service Reliability and Quality [SRQCJ 

Joan Downey (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Daniel Murphy, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe 

Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) 

Nia Crowder (Chair), Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel 

Finance and Administration ( FAC) 

Daniel Murphy (Chair), Sue Cauthen, 
Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Tom Wetzel 

Safety, Training, and Accessibility ( STAC1 

Bruce Oka (Chair), Linton Stables, Daniel Weaver 

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Municipal Transportation Agency 

Citizens' Advisory Council (CAC) 

City & County of San Francisco 

AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 

Thursday, December 5, 2002 at 5:30pm 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 

1. Call to Order/Roll Call 5:30 

2. Public Comment 5:32 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes of June 19, 2002 and November 7, 2002 
(Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 5:34 

4. Report of the Chair (Discussion/ Action) 5:36 

5. Staff Report (Discussion/Action) [Attachment] 
Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison) 5:41 

6. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Discussion/Action) 5:46 
Staff-Initiated Items (Discussion/Action) 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation: Parking Authority Overview and 
SFgo (Integrated Transportation Management System) 5:51 

8. Task Force (ad hoc) Committee On Improving CAC Effectiveness - Monday, June 17, 
2002 (Discussion/ Action) [Attachments] 6:16 
Approval of Task Force Committee Draft Minutes of Monday, June 17, 2002 

9. Review of MTA CAC Revised Administrative Procedures (Discussion/Action) 6:21 
Committee Reports (Discussion/Action) 

10. Service Design & Marketing (SDMC) (David Pilpel, SDMC Chair) 6:35 

a. MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE 78 - BAYVIEW SPECIAL 
SERVICE SHOULD BE DISCONTINUED DUE TO LOW RIDERSHIP 
FOLLOWING THE CONCLUSION OF THE SIX-MONTH TRIAL 
PERIOD. 

b. MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN CONSIDERING BUDGET 
REDUCTIONS, CONSIDERATION BE GIVEN TO 
CONSOLIDATION OF PASSENGER BROCHURES, FLYERS, 
NEWSLETTERS, AND NOTICES, INCLUDING MUNI 
IMPROVEMENT FUND (MIF) FUNDED MESSAGES. 

c. MOTION: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN CONSIDERING MUNI 
SERVICE REDUCTIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002-2003, GENERAL 
PRIORITY SHOULD BE GIVEN TO: 



1. MAINTAINING CURRENT SPAN OF SERVICE HOURS ON ALL 
ROUTES; 

2. MAINTAINING POLICY HEADWAYS ON ALL ROUTES; AND 

3. CONSIDERATION OF TRANSIT IMPACT DEVELOPMENT FEE 
(TIDF) SUBSIDY. 

TO THE EXTENT THAT SERVICE REDUCTIONS ARE PURSUED, 
SPECIFIC PRIORITIES SHOULD INCLUDE: 

1. SCHEDULING LESS SERVICE DURING WEEKDAY PEAK 
PERIODS (7A-9A AND 4P-6P), CONSISTENT WITH 
RIDERSHIP DEMANDS; 

2. SCHEDULING LESS SERVICE DURING EARLY MORNING (5A- 
7A) AND NIGHTTIME (6P-12X) PERIODS DAILY, CONSISTENT 
WITH RIDERSHIP DEMANDS; 

3. SCHEDULING LESS SERVICE DURING THE WEEKEND 
DAYTIME PERIOD (7A-6P), CONSISTENT WITH RIDERSHIP 
DEMANDS; AND 

4. PROVIDING FOR SLIGHT REDUCTIONS IN MUNI METRO 
SUBWAY HOURS, WITH THE FIRST IN-SERVICE TRAIN 
LEAVING WEST PORTAL INBOUND AT 5A WEEKDAYS, 6A 
SATURDAYS, AND 8A SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS, AND THE 
LAST IN-SERVICE TRAIN LEAVING WEST PORTAL OUTBOUND 
AT IX DAILY, WITH OWL BUS SERVICE OVERNIGHT. 

FINALLY, TO THE EXTENT THAT FURTHER REDUCTIONS ARE 
NEEDED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 AND BEYOND, A MORE 
EXTENSIVE REVIEW FOR EFFICIENCIES AND RATIONALIZATION 
OF MUNI'S ROUTE NETWORK SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY 
MUNI'S SERVICE PLANNING SECTION WITH EXTENSIVE PUBLIC 
REVIEW AND ANALYSIS, INCLUDING MTA CAC INPUT, REVIEW 
AND RECOMMENDATIONS THEREON. 

Last Meeting held: November 18, 2002 

Items Discussed: Applications Integration; Bridge Toll Advisory Committee: 
Presentation on Muni's List of Projects Proposed for Funding; Short Range Transit Plan 
Amendment Relate to TCM2, Capital Improvement Program Call for Projects Process and 
Criteria, Trolley Coach Service Expansion Planing; Review of 78 Bayview Special, 15 
Third and 49 Van Ness/Mission Terminal at City College (Phelan Loop); Service from 
Ocean Avenue to Alemany Albertsons, 71 - Haight-Noriega Reroute to Chinatown; 
Bayview Meeting of 22 July 2002; 30Xmarina Express stop at Van Ness and Union; New 
Transfer Policy, 80X/81X/82X Caltrain Expresses Service Reduction; Schedule Changes 
Pending for Future Signups; Fiscal Year 2002-03 Budget, Service Adjustments, and 
Potrero Run Cuts; Maximum Equipment Demand and Recapitulation of Schedules for 
FY2001-02 Signups; Cultural Institutions Outreach/Promotion of Muni Service to Cultural 
Events; Consolidation of Passenger Brochures; Flyers, Newsletters, and Notices; Public 
Timetable Book Status; Status Report on Marketing Activities, Graphics and Design 
Guidelines, Metro Signage. 

Tentative next regular meeting December 16, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 5:30 PM 
Pending Items: Work Plans; Data Collection Plan; Quarterly Reviews; Priorities for 
Service Additions and/or Cuts (including Late Night/Owl and Short-term Service 
Change Proposals); Special Event Service Planning; Fare Policies. 



11. Service Reliability and Quality (SRQC) (Joan Downey, SRQC Chair) 6:55 

/\ Last Meeting held: November 25, 2002 

Items discussed: Proof of Payment (POP) Monthly Citation Report/Rescue Muni J, L, M 
& N Lines Recommendations; Service and Signage Improvements to 39 Coit Service; 
Passenger Service Requests (PSR) - Report from PSR Task Force Committee 
Representatives 

Tentative next regular meeting: December 23, 2002, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Room 334, 
5:30 PM. 

Pending Items: Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT)/Enforcement, Bus Cleaning, 
Muni Inspectors, Station Operations, Cable Car Follow-up, Service Standards Follow- 
up 

12. Engineering and Maintenance (EMC) (Nia Crowder, EMC Chair) 7:00 

Last meeting held: November 21, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 PM. 
Discussion Items: Professional Engineering Services for Third Street Light Rail 

Transportation Phase II: New Central Subway Award and Third Street Light Rail 

Project Update; Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Pilot Program Update; Review 

Agenda Items for December/January Meeting 
Tentative next regular meeting: December 19, 2002, 1145 Market, 3 rd Floor, 4:00 

PM. 

13. Finance and Administration (FAC) (Daniel Murphy, FAC Chair) 7:05 

Last meeting held: October 8, 2002 

Items Discussed: MOU/Labor Negotiations; San Francisco Municipal Railway 
Improvement Corporation (SFMRIC); BART Agreements 

Tentative next regular meeting: December 10, 2002, 401 Van Ness, Rm. 334, 5:45 
PM. 

Pending Items: (November) Overview; Fiscal Controls (Scope/Expectations of Future 
Discussion of Topics); Fare Revenues and Possibilities; Municipal Railway 
Improvement Fund (MIF); (December) Insurance Overview, Risk Management, and 
Effect of Proposition E; Presentation on DPT Budget; Translink (Evaluation Report 
Review); FY 2004 Budget 

14. Safety, Training, and Accessibility (STAC) (Bruce Oka, STAC Chair) 7:10 

Last Meeting held: October 10, 2002 

Items Discussed: Enforcement of Parking Restrictions on City Sidewalks; Paratransit 

Group Van Service Cap 
Tentative next regular meeting: December 12, 2002, 1145 Market Street, Rm. 325, 

3:00PM 

15. Review of CAC Information Requests and Recommendations [Attachments] 
(Discussion/ Action) 7:15 

16. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Discussion/Action) 7:20 

17. MTA CAC Agenda Planning - [Attachment] (Discussion/Action) 7:25 
Scheduling of: 

Regular Meeting for January 2002 
DPT Presentations: Administration and Finance 



2003 MTA CAC Tentative Meeting Schedule 
Sunshine Ordinance 
Training Facilities Tour 



18. Adjournment 

Attachments: 
Agenda Item 3 - 
Agenda Item 5 - 
Agenda Item 8 - 



7:30 



Agenda Item 15 



Agenda Item 17 



MTA CAC Draft Minutes of June 19, 2002 and November 7, 2002 

Staff Liaison Report of December 5, 2002 

MTA CAC Task Force (ad hoc) Committee On Improving CAC 

Effectiveness Draft Minutes of Monday, June 17, 2002 
Chair, MTA CAC Task Force memo of June 17, 2002 (Re: Report of 

Findings by MTA CAC Task Force (ad hoc) Committee On Improving 

CAC Effectiveness) 
David Pilpel, MTA CAC Vice Chair memo of 29 May 2002 (Re: Improving 

CAC Effectiveness - Action Steps) 
Matrixes: 

MTA CAC Attendance Chart 
MTA CAC Information Requests (Completed) 
MTA CAC Information Requests (Pending) 
MTA CAC Recommendations (Pending) 
MTA CAC Recommendations (Completed) 
MTA CAC Resolutions (Pending) 
MTA CAC Resolutions (Completed) 
2003 MTA CAC Tentative Meeting Schedule (with MTA Board Schedule) 



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Municipal Transportation Agency 
Citizens' Advisory Council 

FINAL MINUTES 

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Regular Meeting 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 
MAR 2 2003 



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Thursday, December 5, 2002, 5:30 p.m. 

401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 334 (Conference Room) 

San Francisco, CA 



1. Call to Order/Roll Call (Agenda Item 1). Daniel Murphy (MTA CAC Chair) called the 
meeting to order at 5:45 p.m. 

MTA CAC Members Present: Daniel Murphy, Nia Crowder, Joan Downey, Ellen Hayes, 

Bruce Oka, David Pilpel, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, Dorris 
Vincent, Daniel Weaver, Tom Wetzel. 

MTA CAC Members Absent: Sue Cauthen, Art Cimento, Nia Crowder. 



Muni Staff Present: 



DPT Staff Present: 



Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Staff Liaison), Vincent Dunlap (MTA CAC 
Secretary). 

Cheryl Liu (Project Manager SFgo, Traffic Engineering), Cristina 
Calderon (Staff Engineer), Kathleen Swindler (Staff Engineer, Bond 
Yee (City Traffic Engineer and Deputy Director, DPT) 



2. Public Comment (Agenda Item 2). Mr. Murphy called for public comment on any item 
within the scope of the MTA CAC but not on the agenda. Ms. Regina Blosser provided 
comment on Michael Burns' (Executive Director, Municipal Transportation Agency) letter of 
November 15, 2002 addressing the Council's recommendation concerning the reconfiguration 
of the internal space at the Phelan Loop. Ms. Blosser stated that her neighborhood 
association and many of the associations in District 11 support having the Phelan Loop 
reconfigured to a more comfortable and landscaped waiting area for Muni rider that provides 
shelter, especially during inclement weather, and seating. Ms. Blosser referenced the Better 
Neighborhood 2002 Plan, which indicates that when City College is in session there are up to 
70 Muni riders waiting to board Muni at this location in the mornings and afternoons. She 
also stated that the current City regulations regarding surface parking lots requires inclusion 
of landscaping and there is no such landscaping purposed in the current Phelan Loop plan. 
Ms. Blosser added that the neighborhood groups are not asking for the elimination of the 
parking lot but for a reduction of the number of parking spaces and redesign of the Phelan 
Loop by constructing a more attractive and appropriate pedestrian transit waiting area. Ms. 



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Blosser expressed the opinion that the reduced number of parking spaces would not affect 
commercial activities in the area. The Chair suggested ~ that the Safety, Training and 
Accessibility Committee (STAC) draft a response to the Executive Director's letter. Bruce Oka 
(Chair STAC) stated that the Committee would continue to purse this matter and agendize it 
as an item for the STACs January 2003 meeting. 

3. Review and Adopt Minutes of June 19, 2002 and November 7, 2002 (Agenda 
Item 3 - Discussion/Action). Linton Stables moved the following motion, which was seconded 
by Daniel Weaver: 

MOTION: THAT THE DRAFT MINUTE OF JUNE 19, 2002 AND NOVEMBER 7, 2002 
OF THE MTA CAC ARE ACCEPTED. 

The motion carried unanimously. 

4. Report of the Chair (Agenda Item 4 - Discussion/Action). Mr. Murphy stated that there 
was nothing to report, however, he advised the Council that he would be leaving the meeting 
early and hopefully other members of the Council will have arrived before his departure so 
that quorum requirement would continue to be met. 

Mr. Stables called for Agenda Item 6 in that Paul Czechowicz (MTA CAC Liaison) was not 
available at this time to provide the Staff Report. 

5. Election of MTA CAC Vice Chair (Agenda Item 6 - Discussion/Action). Mr. Stables 
moved the following motion, which was seconded by Bruce Oka: 

MOTION: THAT THE ELECTION OF THE MTA CAC VICE CHAIR (AGENDA ITEM 6) 
BE DELAYED UNTIL THE COUNCIL'S JANUARY MEETING. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

6. Staff Report (Agenda Item 5 - Discussion/Action). Mr. Czechowicz stated in addition to 
information included in the Monthly Staff Report (Attachment to Agenda Item 5), most of the 
senior management of Muni will be attending a seminar on December 6th to discuss a variety 
of items including the mission/vision/values of Muni and also the budget. Mr. Czechowicz 
indicated that he would provide a report back to the Council as to the seminar outcome. 

7. Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) Presentation: Parking Authority 
Overview and SFgo (Integrated Transportation Management System (Agenda Item 7 
- Discussion/Action). Cheryl Liu (Project Manager SFgo, DPT Traffic Engineering) introduced 
herself and expressed the DPTs Staff pleasure in meeting with the Council to present the 
SFgo presentation. Ms. Liu explained that SFgo's is more generically known in the industry as 
ITS (Intelligent Transportation System). The purpose of SFgo (ITS) is to make the City's 
existing transportation system safer and more effective without building additional roadways. 
She indicated that tremendous support of the program has been provided from the Mayor's 
Office, the Board of Supervisors, Muni and DPT has identified the program as a priority. Ms. 
Liu stated that a technical advisory committee meets every month that including 

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representation from Muni. Within DPT there is a dedicated staff of engineers and electricians 
who serve on the project who work with the Department's current consulting team. 

Cristina Calderon (DPT Staff Engineer) provided an overview of the presentation. She stated 
that the program is to enhance the safety, environment and livability of San Francisco by 
facilitating efficient and effective real-time management of the City's roadway network serving 
transit, bicycle, pedestrians, automobiles and commercial vehicles. She commented that the 
program is basically an information gathering of the City's roadways network and situations 
that affect traffic flow. This information collected will be relayed to the Department's 
Transportation Management Center where traffic engineers and Muni Staff can analysis traffic 
conditions to improve services, accommodate real-time commuter volumes and increase 
public safety. Ms. Calderon commented on the activation of the 511 voice activated system 
which currently provides real-time transit, rideshare/carpooling and highway traffic 
information. As the DPTs ITS is brought on-line, information from that system will be fed to 
511 traffic information concerning City streets. Mr. Oka stated that he would attend the 
dedication ceremony regarding the 511 Voice Activated System which is to be held at the 
Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek on Friday, December 6, 2002 at 
1:00pm and will provide a report to the Council. Ms. Calderon stated as the 511 Voice 
Activated System is developed SFgo will partner with the various regional and local 
transportation and emergency services agencies. As the associated telecommunications 
infrastructure is built traffic information and resources will be shared resulting in improved 
management of roadway use, rerouting of traffic during special events and signal preemption 
for Fire Department emergency response vehicles. Travlnfo is assisting in the dissemination 
of information to the public, which will assist in travel planning and route selection either 
using private or public transportation. 

Mr. Weaver expressed concern regarding the increased size and placement of the new traffic 
signal utilities boxes being installed along Ocean Avenue. He commented that within the 
Department of Public Works (DPW), Street Use and Mapping issues permits for all utilities 
boxes on public right of ways. Mr. Weaver expressed the opinion that DPW did not have the 
opportunity to review the new traffic signal utilities boxes design prior to their being initially 
installed along Ocean Avenue. He suggested that DPT reconsider the size and location as to 
where the interim boxes are being installed. Ms. Calderon stated that DPT is consolidating all 
traffic systems into the one box instead of using multiple traffic signal utilities boxes. DPT is 
reviewing ways to minimize the size of the boxes as technology permits and is working with 
DPW regarding the installation locations. Ms. Liu stated that current controller technology 
does is not ready- for underground instillation which would create equipment non-reliability 
and maintenance difficulty. 

Ms. Calderon stated that funding of $6M for the initial phase has been secured primarily in 
Federal Grants for design and construction, which includes the strategic plan, initial phase 
implementation, management center, and upgrade to the satellite Traffic Management Center 
(TMC) at PacBell Park. Additional funding has been secured to expand beyond the initial 
phase. She further explained that Oak and Fell Streets' traffic signals and infrastructure have 
been upgraded and the base corridor will be brought on line with connection to the 
management center. Grants have been obtained for Third Street includes the light rail project 
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specific grant to in the amount of $400,000 has been received to integrate SFgo (ITS) with 
the CalTrans/California Highway Patrol Management Center in Oakland and a Hazard 
Elimination Faith Grant for emergency vehicle signal preemptions has been received. 

In response to Mr. Pilpel's inquiry regarding the Department's general public outreach with 
regard to street design/furniture (utilities boxes), Ms. Calderon explained that part of the $6M 
initial phase funding would be used for public outreach. DPT has met with the Board of 
Supervisors, and various agencies within the City and citizen advocacy groups who provided 
input into the strategic plan. 

Ms. Calderon provided an overview of SFgo's program initiatives which include transit, bicycle, 
and pedestrian enhancements; communications infrastructure replacement; incident & special 
event management; emergency management; arterial & roadway network improvements; 
traveler information dissemination; establishing center-to-center links with MUNI, Office of 
Emergency Services (OSE), CalTrans, and 511; and System Operations & Management. She 
indicated that more information is available at the SFgo website - www.SFgo.org. 

Following the presentation, Ms. Calderon addressed Council members questions as follows: 

Mr. Pilpel indicated a desire to receive a copy of the SFgo strategic plan. Ms. Calderon 
indicated that the Department's Technical Advisory Committee is currently revising the first 
draft to the plan. Once the committee's comments are incorporated the plan will be made 
available for review and the Council can request a copy through the Department's Liaison, 
Diana Hammons (Director, Government Relations & Public Affairs) at that time. 

Joan Downey inquired as to why Oak & Fell was chosen as one of the first areas for 
improvements other than there being one express bus operating on that line per her 
knowledge. Bond Yee (City Traffic Engineer and Deputy Director, DPT) explained the impetus 
for selecting the Oak & Fell corridor was due to the declining infrastructure as programmed 
upgrades were being considered and the locations proximity to the Department's Command 
Center availing the opportunity for installing fiber optics. Ms. Calderon stated that as projects 
are planned infrastructure upgrades are coordinated with other agencies as a means of 
managing cost and limiting traffic interruptions as a result of roadway improvements. 

Mr. Stables asked would sensors be installed in the traffic signals for gathering information 
and who is making the computerization decisions regarding the traffic signals' programming 
logic? Ms. Calderon responded that there are several commercial central system traffic 
management software programs being considered. However, traffic engineers, MUNI 
Operations and Management Center Staffing will be monitoring the program's automatic 
functions and appropriate manual changes will be made accordingly. 

Tom Wetzel asked what is the plan regarding the automatic control of traffic signals? Ms. 
Calderon stated that the goal is to have all 1,200 signals in the City connected to SFgo (ITS). 
Mr. Bond stated that the system has a very important maintenance feature that will allow 
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In response to the Chair's question regarding the Parking Authority Overview portion of the 
presentation, Mr. Bond indicated that this item was continued to a later meeting. 

8. Task Force (ad hoc) Committee On Improving CAC Effectiveness - Monday, 
June 17, 2002 (Agenda Item 8 -Discussion/Action). The Chair asked Ellen Hayes to provide 
an overview of this item. Ms. Hayes indicated that the Task Force met and reviewed the 13 
recommendations for improving MTA CAC effectiveness submitted by Mr. Pilpel. The goals of 
the Task Force were to categorize, reorganize and prioritize the recommendations. The Task 
Force accomplished the goals of categorizing and reorganizing, but determined it was not 
necessary to prioritize the recommendations. Ms. Hayes indicated that there were four 
actions the Task Force recommended for implementation and follow up was provided. The 
Chair indicated regarding the recommendation that the CAC Chair, Vice Chair, and Staff 
Liaison met monthly with the Director of Transportation meeting have not occurred due to his 
involvement with the Staff CAC Task Force and meeting will occur following conclusion of the 
Staff CAC Task Force. The Chair also indicated that the recommendation regarding the 
development of a matrix of recommendations and motions has been completed and is 
currently distributed with the Council's agendas. The recommendation regarding the 10-day 
lead-time for submission of MTA CAC agendas to the Council's Secretary is being addressed 
and enforcement will soon be in place. As for the recommendation of MTA CAC Committee 
Chairs consulting with staff regarding areas, of responsibility, Ms. Hayes recommended the 
following: 

That Committee Chairs and Council Members should keep the MTA CAC Staff 
Liaison apprised of its discussion with MUNI Staff that is not of a routine nature 
relative to the scope of the Council's Committees. 

The Chair stated that under agenda item 9 a discussion would be held addressing the 
recommendation. 

Mr. Stables moved the following, which was seconded by Ms. Hayes: 

Motion: THAT THE DRAFT MINUTES FOR THE MTA CAC TASK FORCE (ad hoc) 
COMMITTEE ON IMPROVING CAC EFFECTIVENESS BE APPROVED WITH 
ADDRESS CORRECTION OF 401 VAN NESS AVENUE, ROOM 334 VICE 100 
VAN NESS AVENUE, 25TH FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

9. Review of MTA CAC Revised Administrative Procedures (Agenda Item 9 - 
Discussion/Action). The Chair indicated that discussion with MTA CAC Committee Chairs had 
occurred on December 4th and feedback was given regarding the draft Staff-CAC Task Force 
Report. A copy of the draft report was provided to Council Members. Mr. Murphy provided 
an overview of the Task Force's development and reviewed the contents of the report. He 
commented that the document provides recommendations to improve internal administrative 
procedures and clarifies ambiguities concerning the administrative process among the Council, 
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submission of agendas and interrelations with staff occurred. The Chair requested that 
Council Members review the document and provide him their comments. 

Mr. Murphy departed the meeting and Mr. Pilpel assumed the duties as Chair. 
10. Service Design & Marketing Committee (SDMC) (Agenda Item 10 - Discussion/ 
Action). Mr. Pilpel indicated that the following motions were before the Council and a second 
to the motion was not required: 

MOTION a: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT THE 78 - BAYVIEW SPECIAL 
SERVICE SHOULD BE DISCONTINUED DUE TO LOW RIDERSHIP 
FOLLOWING THE CONCLUSION OF THE SIX-MONTH TRIAL PERIOD. 

The motion unanimously passed. 

MOTION b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN CONSIDERING BUDGET 
REDUCTIONS, CONSIDERATION BE GIVEN TO CONSOLIDATION OF 
PASSENGER BROCHURES, FLYERS, NEWSLETTERS, AND NOTICES, 
INCLUDING MUNI IMPROVEMENT FUND (MIF) FUNDED MESSAGES. 

Mr. Pilpel amended the motion as follows: 

AMENDED MOTION b: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN CONSIDERING 

MUNI BUDGET REDUCTIONS, CONSIDERATION BE GIVEN 
TO CONSOLIDATION OF PASSENGER BROCHURES, 
FLYERS, NEWSLETTERS, AND NOTICES, INCLUDING MUNI 
IMPROVEMENT FUND (MIF) FUNDED MESSAGES. 

Mr. Stables indicated that he is against approval of the motion since the impact on the budget 
is minor. Mr. Wetzel commented that MUNI is already considering printing as a budget 
reduction items. Mr. Stables moved the following motion, which was seconded by Nia 
Crowder: 

MOTION: TABLE THE AMENDED MOTION THAT THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS 
THAT IN CONSIDERING MUNI BUDGET REDUCTIONS, 
CONSIDERATION BE GIVEN TO CONSOLIDATION OF PASSENGER 
BROCHURES, FLYERS, NEWSLETTERS, AND NOTICES, INCLUDING 
MUNI IMPROVEMENT FUND (MIF) FUNDED MESSAGES. 

The motion to table the amended motion b passed with a vote of seven in favor 
and two against. Nia Crowder, Ellen Hayes, Bruce Oka, Norman Rolfe, Linton Stables, 
Daniel Weaver and Tom Wetzel voted yes. David Pilpel and Joan Downey voted no. Absent 
were Daniel Murphy, Sue Cauthen and Art Cimento. 

MOTION c: THE MTA CAC RECOMMENDS THAT IN CONSIDERING MUNI SERVICE 
REDUCTIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002-2003, GENERAL PRIORITY 
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1. MAINTAINING CURRENT SPAN OF SERVICE HOURS ON ALL 
ROUTES; 

2. MAINTAINING POLICY HEADWAYS ON ALL ROUTES; AND 

3. CONSIDERATION OF TRANSIT IMPACT DEVELOPMENT FEE (TIDF) 
SUBSIDY IMPACT. 

TO THE EXTENT THAT SERVICE REDUCTIONS ARE PURSUED, 
SPECIFIC CONSIDERATION SHOULD INCLUDE: 

• SCHEDULING LESS SERVICE DURING WEEKDAY PEAK PERIODS 
(7A-9A AND 4P-6P), CONSISTENT WITH RIDERSHIP DEMANDS; 

• SCHEDULING LESS SERVICE DURING EARLY MORNING (5A-7A) 
AND NIGHTTIME (6P-12X) PERIODS DAILY, CONSISTENT WITH 
RIDERSHIP DEMANDS; 

• SCHEDULING LESS SERVICE DURING THE WEEKEND DAYTIME 
PERIOD (7A-6P), CONSISTENT WITH RIDERSHIP DEMANDS; AND 

• PROVIDING FOR SLIGHT REDUCTIONS IN MUNI METRO SUBWAY 
HOURS, WITH THE FIRST IN-SERVICE TRAIN LEAVING WEST 
PORTAL INBOUND AT 5A WEEKDAYS, 6A SATURDAYS, AND 8A 
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS, AND THE LAST IN-SERVICE TRAIN 
LEAVING WEST PORTAL OUTBOUND AT IX DAILY, WITH OWL BUS 
SERVICE OVERNIGHT. 

FINALLY, TO THE EXTENT THAT FURTHER REDUCTIONS ARE NEEDED 
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 AND BEYOND, A MORE EXTENSIVE 
REVIEW FOR EFFICIENCIES AND RATIONALIZATION OF MUNI'S 
ROUTE NETWORK SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY MUNI'S SERVICE 
PLANNING SECTION WITH EXTENSIVE PUBLIC REVIEW AND 
ANALYSIS, INCLUDING MTA CAC INPUT, REVIEW AND 
RECOMMENDATIONS THEREON. 

Following discussions the motion was amended and unanimously passed. 

Mr. Pilpel indicated that during the last SDMC meeting Mr. Weavers' concerns regarding the 
Phelan Loop were referred to the Safety, Training and Accessibility Committee. The SDMC 
received a presentation on applications integrations and MUNI's transportation technologies 
projects. Mr. Pilpel indicated that the SDMC would not meet in December and will schedule a 
meeting in January as more information is received on service reductions. 

11. Service Reliability and Quality Committee (SRQC) (Agenda Item 11 - 
Discussion/Action). Ms. Downey stated that the SRQC discussed the J, K, L and M Lines 
Rescue MUNI recommendations and that Mr. Czechowicz is to provide follow up. Ms. Downey 
expressed her disappointment in the manner in which the draft Passenger Service Report 
(PSR) had been distributed, the lack of communication between MUNI PSR Task Force and 
the SRQC. She expressed the opinion that the document does not include the customer in 
the internal PSR process. Mr. Czechowicz asked Ms. Downey for specifics comments and 
would provide them to Staff. Ms. Downey was not able to provide comments in that her 

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personal copy of the draft PSR that had been annotated by her was not available. Ms. 
Downey indicated that the SRQC would not hold its December. She suggested tentatively the 
third Monday of the month at 3:00pm would be feasible for the regular scheduling of the 
SRQC meeting in the coming year. 

12. Engineering and Maintenance Committee (EMC) (Agenda Item 12 - Discussion/ 
Action). Ms. Crowder stated that the EMC did meet in November and received an update on 
the reliability results from Michael Chinn regarding the Alternative Fuels Pilot Program (AFPP) 
and an updated concerning the Third Street Light Rail Project construction contract status was 
given. She announced that Michael Burns (Executive Director, Municipal Transportation 
Agency) would be presenting another presentation on December 16th regarding procurement 
proposal for alternative vehicles. Having attended a Board of Supervisors Transportation and 
Commerce meeting in which an item regarding the use of ultra low emission diesel vehicles 
was pulled and having not received notification, Ms. Crowder indicated that Mr. Bums assured 
her that the Council Secretary would have any information on items being pulled or put on the 
agenda. Ms. Crowder indicated that the EMC would not meet on December 19th. She 
requested copies of any materials or copies of the procurement proposal presentation to be 
given by Mr. Burns to the Transportation Authority (TA) on December 16th concerning AFPP. 
Mr. Pilpel requested a copy of the final version of the TA resolution. 

13. Finance and Administration (FAC) (Agenda Item 13 - Discussion/Action). Mr. Pilpel 
reported that the FAC met on December 4th and discussed various budget items were 
discussed. He requested that copies of the November 18th memo on the Fiscal Year 2004 
Budget are distributed to Council Members. Mr. Pilpel announced that there will be a FAC 
meeting on December 10th and copies of the agenda have been distributed. 

14. Safety, Training and Accessibility (STAC) (Agenda Item 14 - Discussion/Action). 
Mr. Oka stated that the STAC last meeting was held on October 10th. Mr. Pilpel requested 
that Mr. Czechowicz follow up on recommendations made to DPT concerning sidewalk parking 
enforcement. 

The Chair called for public comment regarding the Committee reports. None was provided. 

15. Review of CAC Information Requests and Recommendations (Agenda Item 15 - 
Discussion/Action). Mr. Pilpel commented that responses to information request are being 
receive in a much more timely manner. He indicated that a positive response was received 
regarding the Hillway stop recommendation. Mr. Pilpel commented on the necessity for an 
annual report for last year in which Mr. Murphy and Mr. Stables are preparing. He announced 
that MUNI will celebrate on December 28th its 90th anniversary and requested that the 
Council be notified of any celebratory events. 

16. Council Members' Questions and Comments (Agenda Item 16 - Discussion/Action). 
No additional questions and comments were given. 

17. MTA CAC Agenda Planning (Agenda Item 16 - Discussion/Action). Mr. Pilpel 
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scheduled for January 2, 2003 and a consensus taken of members present indicated 
scheduling the meeting as tentatively planned. 

18. Adjournment (Agenda Item 18). Meeting adjourned at 7:46pm. 

Attachments: 

Agenda Item 7 - Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT) SFgo (Integrated Transportation 

Management System PowerPoint Presentation 
Agenda Item 9 - Staff-CAC Task Force Report Discussion Draft 2 of December 5, 2002 



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